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New York (AirGuide - Airline News North America) Jul 3, 2011

Aeromexico Aeromexico has added three flights between San Antonio, Texas and Monterrey, Mexico, adding more options for Texas travelers. This flights will officially launch on July 4, operated on the airlineOs Embraer 145 plane. For more information, visit Jun 28, 2011

Air Berlin, American Airlines Air Berlin and American Airlines have expanded their codeshare partnership to include ABOs new four weekly Berlin Tegel-New York JFK flights. AB operates 26 weekly nonstop services to the US from German gateways TXL and Dusseldorf. Jun 27, 2011

American Airlines American Airlines is looking to make a big purchase and upgrade its fleet. The carrier is in talks with Airbus and Boeing to order at least 250 aircraft, worth about $15 billion. That would replace nearly 40 percent of the airline's current fleet. According to insiders, American started to work on a deal with Airbus a few weeks ago. Then American went to Boeing and asked for a counter-offer. Jul 1, 2011

American Airlines American Airlines continues its forward momentum in the mobile application space once again as it launches apps for BlackBerry[umlaut] and Windows[umlaut] Phone smartphones. These latest additions to American's suite of mobile apps make American accessible on more devices and through more channels than any other airline, underscoring its commitment to keeping its customers connected while on the go. Available for the BlackBerry Curve*, BlackBerry Torch*, BlackBerry Tour*, BlackBerry Bold* and Windows Phone smartphones, the new apps offer many of the same convenient mobile tools that are available in American's previously released apps for Android*, iPhone[umlaut], iPad[umlaut], iPod touch[umlaut] and the Barnes & Noble NOOK Color Reader's Tablet*. In addition, a unique feature of American's app for BlackBerry smartphones allows users to save their flight itineraries directly to their calendars. A future version of the app will allow users to easily share their flight information with contacts via BBM* (BlackBerry Messenger*). Jun 29, 2011

American Airlines American Airlines announced today that small and medium-sized businesses (SMB) can now earn Business ExtrAA[umlaut] program points on American Airlines codeshare (AA) flights operated by British Airways, Iberia, or Japan Airlines, in addition to all American Airlines flights. The new benefits allow companies enrolled in American's business-to-business loyalty program aimed at small and medium businesses to earn base points on more flights and earn awards more quickly within the airline's Business ExtrAA program. For example, American's Business ExtrAA program will now reward companies with...

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