American Airlines Launches Internet Check-In

November 27, 2013

Just in time for the busy travel season, American Airlines customers traveling with a passport from Latin America, the Caribbean, or Bermuda, can now conveniently check in for their flights via the internet.

“With this new service, passengers are able to check in online through aa.com two to 24 hours before traveling, if they are traveling to the United States or to their citizen country,” the company said.

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This new feature allows customers to conveniently check in, select or change seats and request upgrades when available, all from the comfort of your computer or personal device.

It also reduces the time spent waiting at the airport, allowing customers to print their boarding passes at home or via the self-service machines at the airport.

“We know that our customers value the convenience and flexibility of being able to check in for their flights from anywhere,” said Art Torno, American’s Vice-President- Mexico, Caribbean and Latin America.

“We are pleased to expand our web check-in feature to our customers from Latin America and the Caribbean and we know it will help make their travel experience with American even better and more convenient.”

Web check-in is now available for customers with passports from: Antigua, Argentina, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Cayman Islands, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Grenada, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Lucia, Trinidad, Turks and Caicos, Uruguay and Venezuela.

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  1. underwhatrockdoyoureside? says:

    Lets not forget the added benefit of less staff being needed at the airport!

  2. Y-Gurl says:

    Great AA but how about fixing the system you already have but doesn’t work here, I’m talking about iPhone boarding passes on the AA app, that will not work until you are in the US returning back. that app also allows for check in.

    • enough says:

      Probably the Bermuda Police Service’s fault, right? ;-)

      • Y-Gurl says:

        We are talking about Airlines here dufus, try and pay attention (im sure its not the first time you’ve heard that!)

        • enough says:

          I see your ability to spot sarcasm is akin to your ability to talk sense. Nice.

  3. Lebron says:

    I’ll believe it when I see it, AA at Bermuda Airport is like how air travel used to be. In a bad way.

  4. joe says:

    You see, Bermuda is part of their Latin American service. That explains why things are they way they are here.