Many American Airlines retirees were active team members during the tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001 and participated in the recent ceremonies hosted to honor the lives and legacies of those we lost 20 years ago.
The opening of the American Airlines Robert L. Crandall Campus marked a big step in bringing Fort Worth-based team members together on one campus as one team to support frontline colleagues at airports, in the air, in global offices and beyond.
In a message to team members today, CEO Doug Parker and President Robert Isom reflected on the 20th anniversary of 9/11 and the memory of the lives taken that tragic day. Read their full letter below.
Jetwire - Friday, September 24, 2021 - CR Smith Museum to distribute 9/11 commemorative lapel pin to retirees, You're invited: Robert L. Crandall Campus Open House Oct. 16, Statement on lawsuit Filed by U.S. Department of Justice, White House moves to lift international travel restrictions, Matching climate ambition with action, SAF ambitions fly high, Accepting the HBCU Partnership Challenge, IFE celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month, Remembering US 5050, Engaging events
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Former U.S. and Canada-based team members can view historical paycheck information for up to 36 months after leaving the company. Here's how:
U.S.-based team members
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Canada-based team members