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What is the ICAO designator for American Airlines?

How long is my OO-air history available for?

  • More than 7 days of OO-AIR history is available with an upgrade to a Silver (90 days), Gold (1 year), or Business (3 years) subscription.

What are airline designators and how are they used?

  • IATA airline designators are used to identify an airline for commercial purposes in reservations, timetables, tickets, tariffs, air waybills and in telecommunications. A flight designator is the concatenation of the airline designator, xx (a), and the numeric flight number, n (n) (n) (n), plus an optional one-letter "operational suffix" (a).

What is the country shown alongside an airline's call sign?

  • The country shown alongside an airline's call sign is that wherein most of its aircraft are believed to be registered, which may not always be the same as the country in which the firm is officially incorporated or registered. There are many other airlines in business whose radio call signs are more obviously derived from the trading name.

image-What is the ICAO designator for American Airlines?
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