Taking AA flights is generally a painless process, and the company is known for the quality of its onboard service. Long haul services don't have a First Class cabin. Instead, the forward cabin is dedicated to Business Class, where you'll find individual compartments with 15-inch touchscreens, lie-flat seats, and menus offering premium beverage and meal selections. Business Class travellers also enjoy three pieces of checked baggage and access to the Admirals Club, AA's airport-side executive lounges. Below that, AA offers Premium Economy seats on most international flights, which offer two inches more width than Economy seats, which measure between 43 and 47 cm across. All AA seats have touchscreen TVs, headphones, and a wide range of entertainment options.
The company also operates AAdvantage, its frequent flyer scheme, which allows passengers to collect points on all OneWorld airlines, not just AA.