Does anybody know all of the main hubs for American Airlines I know them all just want to see who else does
Don’t use the Internet especially Wikipedia
No, I just misread the first post, I thought you didn’t know them and was asking for them.
DFW is their main and JFK is their secondary main.
Charlotte has more flights than jfk does by American Airlines since the US Airways merger
I’m a big fan of American Airlines.
- Main Hub: DFW
- Secondary Hubs: ORD, CLT, PHL, PHX, MIA, JFK, and LAX
- Other hubs for American Eagle: DCA and LGA
Their second biggest hub
Hubs for AA:
DFW, JFK, ORD, LGA, BOS, MIA, PHX, CLT, LAX
BOS has many AA operations, but it’s not a hub sadly.
Boston isn’t a hub
:( Thought BOS was a hub coz there’re so many American flight out of there
It’s a popular route from Charlotte by an a321 mostly
They share about 35% of the operations there, but it’s not a hub.
It’s ok my apologies
KCLT flies to KBOS a lot throughout the day mostly by an a321 in American Airlines
I’m pretty sure ORD has 3 times as many United flights out of it than American.
When US Airways was still around, they flew the same equipment and after the merger, AA decided to keep it the same. But they do send A319s and A320s. Sometimes in winter (around Christmas), they run an A330-200 on the 8:00 flight, replacing the A321, very rare though.