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What To Expect On Board

Summary

  • American Airlines is upgrading its Boeing 787 business class with its new Flagship Business product.
  • Business class passengers receive priority check-in, access to lounges, and early boarding.
  • American’s future plans include sliding doors for individual suites and the option for passengers to dine with a fellow traveler.



American Airlines has long held its Boeing 777-300ERs as the flagships of its premium product offerings, with only these jets equipped with the carrier’s Flagship First cabin. Nonetheless, as the carrier’s widebody fleet continues to diversify, the Boeing 787 has increasingly become more and more prominent.

Deployed on routes such as Brisbane Airport (BNE) to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), the Dreamliner has a lot to bring to the table. The carrier’s new 787-9s, of which 30 remain on order from manufacturer Boeing, will be upgraded with the airline’s new Flagship Business product.

A bird's eye view of a few American Airlines Flagship Business Class Seats.

 Photo: American Airlines


Whether flying a brand-new business class suite or the standard business class offering currently available on most of American’s widebodies, the cabin undeniably offers much to the carrier’s premium travelers. In this article, we will take a deeper look at all that the airline’s 787 business class brings to the table.


Pre-departure experience

American’s elevated experience for business class passengers begins far before the flight takes off at the check-in counter. Passengers in Flagship Business are entitled to two free checked bags and can check in through a priority lane.

Inside the American Airlines Admirals Club Lounge at DCA Airport.

Photo: American Airlines


After passing through security, Flagship Business passengers dine and relax at American’s Admirals Club and Flagship Lounges, both of which can be accessed on the day of travel at both departing and connecting airports. Under some circumstances where an airport does not have either of these facilities, American business class passengers will be invited to a partner airline’s lounge.

Boeing 787 business class

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Paul Zink Appointed to the Board of American Rare Earths | Business News

DENVER, Aug. 21, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — American Rare Earths (ASX: ARR | ADRs – OTCQX: AMRRY | Common Shares – OTCQB: ARRNF | FSE:1BHA) (ARR or the Company) is pleased to announce that Mr. Paul Zink has joined the Board of the Company. Mr. Zink, a versatile senior natural resource professional with US and international experience, is a valuable addition to ARR’s Board as it builds its presence in the United States.

Mr. Zink has more than 45 years of experience in leading and building cross functional teams in mineral royalties, mineral economics, financial management, strategic planning and acquisition targeting. Mr. Zink has served as a director for several companies including Timberline Resources, Rare Element Resources and Atna Resources, where he chaired the Audit Committees.

“We are very pleased to add Paul to our board as we build our US base,” says Creagh O’Connor, Chairman, American Rare Earths. “His extensive experience in mining and prior knowledge from serving on resource and mineral boards will help us achieve our goals as a leading US explorer and developer of rare earths.” ARR’s commitment to strengthening its position in the rare earths industry and expanding its presence in the United States has led to the decision to appoint three highly skilled and accomplished American-based directors to its Board. Mr. Zink completes the recent of three new appointments.

“I am excited to join American Rare Earths as it transitions its management focus to the United States. I have been impressed by the progress of the company under previous management and by the caliber of the senior U.S. personnel and directors joining the team. I am looking forward to sharing my mineral industry and financial experience, as well as rare earths industry knowledge, to help the company continue to build on its past successes,”