American Eagle

American Eagle, the regional brand for American Airlines, operates short to medium-haul flights. Founded as Simmons Airlines in 1978, it has evolved into a network of regional carriers like Envoy Air, Piedmont Airlines, and PSA Airlines, serving as feeder flights to American Airlines’ hubs. The brand plays a crucial role in American Airlines’ domestic and international network, connecting smaller cities with major hubs.


American Eagle services an extensive network across North America, including major U.S. cities, smaller regional airports, and select international destinations, facilitating connectivity and feeder operations to American Airlines’ mainline services.


The fleet includes regional jets like the Embraer 170, Embraer 175, Bombardier CRJ700, and CRJ900, operated by its regional partners, tailored for short to medium-haul routes.


  • IATA: MQ

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