Issue 1: Nov 2017
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Dear Travel Professional,
On behalf of American Airlines Global Sales, I am delighted to share with you our first issue of the Navigator newsletter. This new periodical has been created to communicate directly with you—our best customers, keeping you well-informed of current and future initiatives. American Airlines Global Sales continues to focus on capturing the voice of our customers and delivering on our commitments to you. As your partner in air travel, we value hearing from you as we strive to become the easiest airline for you to do business with.

On behalf of all of us in Global Sales, thank you for your business and continued support of American Airlines.

 
Warmest Regards,
Alison Taylor
Senior Vice President, Global Sales and Distribution
DELIVERING ON A NEW SALES STRATEGY

American Airlines has been listening to its customers—resulting in significant investments in its sales force, tools and technologies, and customer relationships. Alison Taylor, who brings her...

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PREMIUM ECONOMY: AN ELEVATED EXPERIENCE

Whether your travelers are looking to relax while in flight or need space to work on the go, a world of comfort awaits on board with Premium Economy. With Premium Economy, we’ve got travelers...

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A NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH CHINA SOUTHERN AIRLINES

Looking to connect your travelers to even more destinations across the Pacific? As the largest airline in the world, we’re now partnering with China Southern Airlines, the largest airline in... ...

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FLAGSHIP® FIRST STARTS ON THE GROUND

We are excited to announce the launch of Flagship® First Dining, yet another first for any U.S. carrier. Flagship® First Dining is a complimentary pre-flight dining experience available to......

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ARC DATA: CORPORATE TRIP VOLUMES UP

The number of trips settled through ARC by business travel agencies and accredited Corporate Travel Departments rose 2.4 percent year over year during the first six months of 2017. First-quarter... ...

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TRAVEL RISK MANAGEMENT MODELS

The concept of tracking travelers became more prominent following 9/11, when companies realized they couldn't account for their travelers, said Jeff Winton, senior sales director and channel......

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