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American Airlines Presentation
Transcript of American Airlines Presentation
By: Juan Santana
The Great Mergence
-Company began in the 1920's- American Airways.
-In 1934 renamed American Airlines.
-Flies to approximately 260 cities in over 50 countries.
-Have an average of 6,700 flights a day, worldwide.
-Employ nearly 87,897 full-time and part-time employees worldwide.
-Transcontinental flight by a major airline
-Hired first African American pilot for a major airline.
-Hired first female pilot and Captain for a major airline
-To create a Customer Loyalty Program
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THE NEW AMERICAN IS ARRIVING
• Nov. 29, 2011: American Airlines files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
• Jan. 25, 2012: US Airways discloses it has hired advisers to explore a merger with American.
• Feb. 14, 2013: US Airways and American announce merger.
• Aug. 13, 2013: U.S. Department of Justice files a federal lawsuit to block the merger, saying it is not good for consumers. A trial is set for Nov. 25 in Washington.
• Nov. 12, 2013: The airlines and the DOJ announce a settlement with American and US Airways agreeing to sell takeoff and landing rights and gates in select cities, including Washington and New York. The airlines also agree to keep their existing hubs at current levels for three years.
• Dec. 9, 2013: American Airlines emerges from bankruptcy and joins with US Airways, forming the new American Airlines, the world's largest carrier by passenger boardings.
Board of Directors
has 12 members, all of whom are considered independent with the exception of our Chairman, President and CEO, Tom Horton. Of the 12 members, two are female and three are minorities. Three of the board members are between 50 and 59 years old, five are between 60 and 69 years old and four are at least age 70.
To help fulfill responsibilities, the Board of Directors
has four standing committees
. All members of the standing committees are considered independent directors.
primary functions include overseeing our independent auditors and reviewing our annual audit and financial statements. The committee also reviews and discusses safety, security and environmental measures as well as legal, ethical and conduct complaints and policies.
Governance Committee recommends candidates for director and officer positions and, along with the CEO, reviews succession planning. The committee also reviews our governance policies and practices.
establishes and implements executive compensation objectives and approves all executive compensation, while also determining metrics for performance-based awards for executives.
provides oversight, counsel and guidance to senior management on issues related to diversity and inclusion, including equal employment opportunity policies and hiring practices and employee retention issues.
Global workforce =
United States and Canada =
Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America =
On an average day, American Airlines and American Eagle employees:
customers onto our aircraft
Help book flights and answer questions for
customers who call our reservation centers
checked bags to their final destination
Load and transport over
2.7 million pounds of cargo
so that they can be dispatched on
Safely fly our customers
3.1 million miles to 260 cities in 50 countries
Destination Map of
Boeing 777-200ER 247 11
Boeing 767-300ER 225 18
Boeing 767-200ER 168 25
Boeing 757-200 188 17
Boeing 737-800 157 6
McDonnell Douglas MD-80 140 20
AMR Eagle Aircraft
Bombardier CRJ-700 63/65 5
Embraer RJ-145 50 10
Embraer RJ-140 44 10
Embraer RJ-135 37 12
Super ATR 64/66 18
For the second quarter 2014,
Group reported a record GAAP net profit of $864 million.
The Company also announced a capital deployment program, including over
in debt and aircraft lease prepayments, a $1 billion share repurchase program, the initiation of a quarterly cash dividend, and $600 million of additional pension contributions
On this basis, second quarter 2014 net profit excluding net special charges was $
a record for any quarter in the history of the Company. This represents a 114 percent improvement over the combined non-GAAP net profit of $681 million excluding net special charges for the same period in 2013.
American Fleet Video
Stock market price:
-The oneworld alliance includes 12 of the world's highest quality and most respected airlines and offers customers one of the most attractive alliance networks. As a member of the oneworld alliance, American can extend its network to attract customers and earn revenues beyond its own route system.
A321 and 777-300 cabins
Thank you for Flying with US!
From our CEO Tom Horton