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American Airlines Shareholders Meeting
Board of Directors
June 8, 2016

The (245-page) Presentation Notebook which was presented to each Board Member at the Shareholders Meeting can be viewed here. All opinions contained in the notebook are those expressed solely by AMRRC. Click Here



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Please continue to frequently review THE TRAVEL GUIDE for any revisions to your travel benefits. It is continually being updated and all your questions about the travel program can be answered in the guide.

The Travel Guide can be found on



Effectively Immediately all employees and retirees are now permitted to switch from/to, a D1 and D2 or D2R priority classification up until one hour before domestic flights and two hours prior to international flights.

After check-in you Must Cancel your original PNR listing and create a new PNR to switch your boarding status from /to D1, D2, or D2R.

You MUST make this change in NRTP (Non-Revenue Travel Planner). Airport Agents CANNOT make any of these changes for an employee or retiree. So be certain to have the appropriate APPs downloaded to your mobile devices to access the NRTP.



Please Be Considerate of other non-revenue travelers and cancel your flight listing(s) if you do not intend to travel on that flight.

Double Listings create MORE WORK for the gate agents trying to process non-revenue travelers. When there are double listings on the standby list, the agent must also process those names on the standby list as a “No Answer or Cancel” them. Double listings also create inaccurate numbers for non-revenue travelers trying to plan a trip because more travelers have listed than plan on traveling.


U. S. Passports - Renew Early


If your U.S. Passport expires in 2016, the State Department urges you to renew it now, as it expects a surge in renewals of 10-year passports issued in 2006 and 2007.

The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative implemented in 2007 required anyone, including U.S. citizens, traveling by air to the U.S. from all foreign countries (including Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Bermuda) to have a valid passport. More than 30 million people applied for U.S. Passports during the 2006-2007 timeframe.


AA Retiree ID Card

AA is issuing Retiree Identification Card for “all” retirees considered to be Mainline Airline Retirees, including retirees for America West, US Airways, and all other mainline carriers now included in the new AA. Retirees of Express Carriers (PSA, Piedmont, Envoy) are not being issued AA Retiree IDs.

Retirees can request their Retiree IDs electronically on Please follow the instructions posted with the form.

CLICK HERE to print the Retiree ID Form if you want to submit it via U.S. Mail. Follow the instructions on the form. Date and retain a copy of the completed form for your records.



Our Mission Statement

The American Airlines Retirees Committee goal is to Preserve Retiree Benefits through Communications and Determination!

AMRRC, Inc. was incorporated as a 501(c4) tax exempt, nonprofit corporation, dedicated to represent all Retirees from American Airlines, from past mergers and to protect Retiree benefits for future Retirees.

AMRRC, Inc. will work to restore Retiree Earned Benefits and to meet the short term and long term challenges that are ahead. Retirees are proud of our decades of hard work that made American Airlines great. Retirees deserve Respect and the Earned Benefits, including travel pass benefits that were promised for our years of service as a part of our Retirement programs.

We look forward to working with old and new members for the long term.

Welcome to the New AMRRC, Inc. April 2015.

The views, comments and ideas expressed on the AMRRC Website do not represent those of the American Airlines Group and its subsidiaries. The logos, flight symbols, all service marks and trademarks contained herein are property of their respective owners. AMRRC is not associated with AAG.




libertyJoin us in our efforts to restore our pass policy, for equal rights for ALL Retirees, without discrimination to specific work groups, including TWA, USAir, Sabre and other Retirees from AMR.    Thank you.

Kathy Johnson

News From Your President



AMRRC has confirmed with AA that ALL non-revenue problems should be sent to the email address below so it can be determined what occurred and why it occurred.





Many countries require that a U.S. passport be valid for a ‘specific period of time beyond your DEPARTURE DATE’. There are some countries that require a Visa and that have currency requirements. Please visit the State Department Website to determine the requirements of the country you are visiting.


Applies for travel TO Sydney

Applies for travel FROM Sydney



AA Retirees Benefits Rally
Wednesday, June 8, 2016 at AA Shareholders Meeting, NYC


June 8, 2016, at 8:00 a.m. American Airlines’ Retirees, Shareholders and Supporters will meet outside the American Airlines’ Shareholders Meeting at the Law Offices of Latham & Watkins, 885 Third Avenue, New York City. (Corner of Third Avenue and 53rd Street)

(Annual Shareholders Meeting Begins at 9:00 am.)

Retiree Rally sponsored by
American Airlines Retirees Committee

Preserving Retiree Benefits through Communications and Determination! Representing Retirees from all Legacy Airlines that became American Airlines.

This is a personal message from the more than 7,500 American Airlines and Sabre Retirees that AMRRC represents. They have asked that it be personally delivered to the American Airlines Board of Directors.

It is incredulous that at such an extraordinary important time for AA, that such a senseless decision was made causing such ill-will, resentment, distrust and animosity while at the same time alienating thousands of individuals and for a total cost savings of ‘Zero’ $Dollars to AA. With the implementation of D2R retirees now choose to purchase tickets for themselves and family members on other airlines because anger fuels their feelings of having been discarded by the new AA management after decades of dedicated service to AA. Retirees are rapidly becoming frequent fliers of other airlines’ travel programs and using their airline credit cards to earn award travel, rather than, flying on AA and using the Citibank AAdvantage card.

The top AA leadership has lost the goodwill and priceless trust from employees and retirees with the audacity and insolence of the new AA to keep and grand-father “their own travel benefits (and the benefits of others) exactly as they were provided to them prior to the merger.” Many of those never even worked for American Airlines! This sends an unethical message to all, that they are far more important than the employees and retirees who have served American Airlines for more than eighty-two (82) years since the very year American Airlines, Inc. was created.

Decades of extraordinary leadership recognized the value of the employees and retirees with the best travel benefits in the airline industry, a tradition that the new AA should have been proud to continue. Instead AA chose to give travel away for free which does not create the trust and perception that AA management is seeking from its employees and retirees. “FREE” does not create value or loyalty.

Thousands of Retirees who worked decades for American Airlines want to continue to be life-long goodwill Ambassadors for American Airlines, however, actions by the management of the world's largest airline have left them questioning their loyalty. While the new American Airlines can claim it’s the largest airline in the world; it can no longer lay claim to being the greatest airline.

For its customers; AA has increased capacity by adding more seats in the coach cabin, increased its fees for auxiliary services, and increased the mileage and booking fees required for AAdvantage Award Tickets. All of these have come with little or no advance notice.

For its retirees; it has ignored contracts, retiree agreements, 82 years of promises to retirees, and downgraded their travel benefits which they worked decades to earn – travel benefits which were no loss of shareholder value. As a fact check would indicate, the previous pass benefits were the best in the industry and provided for service charge revenues to American Airlines. The revised travel benefits eliminated all service charges for all employees/retirees and their family members traveling in first class or coach.

As former employees and now retirees, we are as disappointed as are its customers in letting the customer-service aspect of travel take a back-seat to everything else. Why would AA do this when providing exceptional customer service is a zero-cost factor to AA but priceless to shareholder value and its customers?

Our Struggle is America’s Struggle; please let the Retirees of American Airlines explain why. At the immediate close of the merger, Mr. Parker decided that American Airlines Retirees should take a back-seat when he chose to implement arbitrary changes to the travel program and greatly increased in to the millions the number of eligible free pass travelers which now includes newly-hired employees, their immediate family, extended family members and friends, even visiting foreign exchange students of employees –who have no affiliation whatsoever to American Airlines.

It seems from the opinions and travel experiences posted on social media by the customers of AA that they are experiencing some of the same loyalty issues as employees and retirees.

The fact that customers, employees and retirees are not being consistently well served by a company setting record-breaking profits should be cause for concern because this kind of corporate culture does not promote loyalty. Will AA be able to recapture its greatness when the cost of fuel goes up, or the economic odds go against all the cost-reducing factors contributing to its extraordinary financial success for its shareholders?

Kathy Johnson
President, AMRRC, INC.


dollarsign 2016 Third Quarter Profit
Thursday, October 20, 2016
- A Special Jetwire.
A Message from Doug Parker

Dear Team Members

Today American announced a pre-tax profit of $1.5 billion (excluding special charges) for the third quarter of 2016 and a net profit of $933 million. This is a tremendous accomplishment thanks to the team of more than 100,000 employees. These profits led us to accrue an additional $86 million for our profit sharing pool, for a total of $257 million so far this year.

The third quarter was also monumental for our integration. More than 80,000 employees are now wearing the same uniform, showing the world we are truly one team. And we successfully moved to a single FOS partition (SFP) without a single cutover-related delay or disruption. It took more than 20 departments to pull that off, and the result can be seen every day as our pilots are now free to move across domiciles and the fleet.

Another milestone this past quarter was the unprecedented agreement with the TWU-IAM Association to implement pay increases for our Tech Ops and Fleet Service colleagues while negotiations continue for a joint collective bargaining agreement. We also reached tentative agreements for our flight crew training and simulator instructors, as well as our flight simulator engineers. With these, we have now offered industry-leading wages for all of our represented workgroups, and we’ve done that less than three years after our merger closed.

We’re continuing to focus on our customers’ needs and wants. We added 10 new destinations to our network in the third quarter, including five in Cuba alone, and launched new service from LAX to Hong Kong. Next month we’ll begin daily flights to Havana, cementing our place as the largest carrier to Cuba. For customers flying domestically, we now offer complimentary inflight entertainment in the main cabin. And finally, we added 12 new aircraft as part of our fleet renewal program, including our first Boeing 787-9, while retiring 20 MD-80 aircraft in just one day.

While some integration work remains, we’re making great strides together. Thanks to you, we are well on our way to restoring American as the greatest airline in the world. Congratulations and thank you for all you do to take care of our customers and each other.


Rich Slivocka
State of the Airline Meeting
January 29, 2016

Watch the Introduction and Statement by Retiree, Rich Slivocka to CEO, Doug Parker


AA Shareholders Meeting in NYC, June 8, 2016

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