This is American Airlines Real phone number, get right to a American Airlines agent. This phone number is American Airlines’s Best Phone Number because more then 10000 customers like you used this contact information over the last 2 Year’s and gave us feedback. Common problems addressed by the customer care unit that answers calls include Change Booking, Cancelled Flight, Baggage Problem, Special Request, Flight Inquiry and other customer service issues.
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|Company Address (HQ) :||P.O. Box 619616|
DFW Airport, TX 75261-9616
You can make the change on aa.com, at the airport (at the self-service kiosk or ticket counter) or call Reservations. If you still want to try for a different flight, same-day standby lets you standby for an earlier American or American Eagle flight (with the same routing on your day of departure).
American Airlines says it will respond to customer complaints within 60 days.
More ways to contact us. We’re happy to introduce another way of connecting with us: live chat. If you’re an AAdvantage® member, you can speak with us directly on the latest version of the American app. This new feature also offers 24 / 7 virtual assistance so you can quickly get the help you need.
Changing flight awards
While you may not make changes to a trip that includes a Web Special award, you can cancel it and reinstate your miles at no charge
How to tell if a fare is refundable?
- go to aa.com.
- Click on Reservations.
- Click on My Reservations.
- Click on Print Itinerary & receipt and note ticket number(s)
- Goto www.refunds.aa.com.
- In the box labeled “Request a Refund or Receipt”, enter the ticket number from step 4 and one’s name.
American charges a whopping $200 change or cancellation fee on most paid fares (excluding full-fare refundable tickets) for domestic flights, though this climbs as high as $750 per passenger for international flights.
If your flight touches the United States, no matter the airline, the Department of Transportation makes it crystal clear: you are due a refund if the airline cancels a flight or makes a “significant schedule change.” The verbiage is a bit vague but in general non-stop flights that are rebooked as connections or changes .
If your flight is cancelled, your airline must let you choose between either receiving a refund or accepting an alternative flight. If you choose a refund, you can get your money back for all parts of the ticket you haven’t used.
Changing or canceling your trip
You’re allowed to make a change to your trip once, and the change fee will be waived. You can cancel your trip online and rebook later when you’re ready, including Basic Economy fares. Keep in mind, you may owe any difference in ticket price when you rebook your trip.
Within the U.S. and Canada
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These available helplines for American Airlines Customer Service are for general passengers:
- Flights and Reservation Numbers: 1-800-433-7300.
- AA.com and Login Assistance: 1-800-222-2377.
- American Airlines Credit Card: 1-800-733-2654 (for the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico); 1-423-477-6512 (for other countries)
We do not refund nonrefundable American Airlines tickets except when the ticket is cancelled within 24 hours of purchase, when we make a schedule change that results in a change of more than 4 hours*, upon the death of a passenger or passenger’s traveling companion or because of military orders.
Generally speaking, American Airlines will not issue a full refund when you cancel your ticket. Instead, you’ll typically receive a flight voucher that you can use toward a future American flight. This voucher will be for the entire value of your canceled ticket minus the applicable cancellation fee.
Please contact Reservations at 1-800-433-7300 to arrange for assistance.