American Airlines Careers and Employment
- CEORobert Isom74%approve of Robert Isom's performance
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenuemore than €8B (EUR)
- IndustryTransportation & Logistics
- HeadquartersFort Worth, TX
We’re hiring thousands of new team members in 2022. Will you be one of them?
Here at American Airlines, we care for people on life’s journey — whether that’s connecting customers to the people and places they love or providing our team members development and leadership opportunities to build new skills and explore their potential.
With more than 1,300 aircraft in our mainline and regional fleets combined and an extensive route network that touches six continents, we’ve got a place for you to start — or continue — your career. Whether you’re stationed at one of our hundreds of airports, working out of our state-of-the-art headquarters in Fort Worth, Texas, or serving customers over the phone from your home office, there are endless opportunities for you to grow and lead at American.
From our humble beginnings as a mail plane piloted by Charles Lindbergh through consolidations with other carriers big and small, we’ve become the world’s largest airline, and our future includes you.
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Great place to work, hours at great but it would be nice to have the chance for a fixed schedule instead of the shift changes every month without knowing what to expect. People is great to work with and there is a sense of belonging that it’s amazing. We are all new hires and have fixed term contract of 6 months; scary to don’t have anything lay out after that. Will be great for the company to keep employees and not having to spend a lot in training but in improvement. Lots of responsibilities apart from check in with reports and paperwork.
Great people of different nationalities. Training provided. Fair system. Opportunities for promotion. Travel discounts. It was a pleasure to work in this place.
I worked for American Airlines for 13 years and it was not the best paid job I ever had but the job I would still be doing if the financial crisis and fuel prices didn't force them to close the European centre
The time I had in American Airlines is the best thing that ever happened to me. Too bad not enough work in the airline industry in Ireland to have it as a career.
This was a very interesting and enjoyable workplace with a multicultural workforce. It was sometimes frustrating being on the phone 8 hours a day but overall a great experience.
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