American Airlines, Inc. (AA) is a major airline of the United States. It is theworld's largest airline in passenger miles transported and passenger fleetsize; second largest, behind FedEx Express, in aircraft operated; and second behind Air France-KLM in operating revenues. A subsidiary of the AMR Corporation, the airline is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, adjacent tothe Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. American operates scheduledflights throughout the United States, and flights to Canada, Latin America,the Caribbean, Europe, Japan, the People's Republic of China, and India.The Chairman, President, and CEO of AA is Gerard Arpey. In 2005, theairline flew more than 138 billion revenue passenger miles (RPM).
(proposed)To become the largest airline in the world.
(proposed)AMR Corporation is committed to providing every citizen of the world with thehighest quality air travel to the widest selection of destinations possible. AMR will continue to modernize its fleet while maintaining its position as the largest air carrier in the world, with a goal of becoming the most profitable airline. AMR isthe airline that treats everyone with equal care and respect, which is reflected inthe way each AMR employee is respected. AMR recognizes that its employeesare the key to the airlines success and invests in the futures and lives of itsemployees. By investing in tomorrow’s technologies and by following a strictadherence towards environmental regulations, AMR demonstrates its commitmentto the world environment.38