Wings US Airways
- Retirees & regional employees can gain access to their Wings account
- Requires a AA employee ID
- Operated by American Airlines
The Wings US Airways service is used for operational applications, training, expense reporting and some other information in regards to job benefits/services. Please note company news and procedures, integration updates and employee on the job videos are now published on Jetnet for active mainline employees. Any questions that come up when using a Wings US Airways account can be directed to the award-winning US Airways Help Desk at (480) 693-6029. Learning systems that are available using the Wings us Airways service include the LearningPath (Pilots) – LearningLink (Pilots) – LearningPath (all other groups) – Learning on Jetnet (not all of these learning systems are required for each employee and the learning system will be based on the job type). US Airways merged with American Airlines on October 17, 2015 (the final flight took place on October 17, 2015. when a flight took off under the name US Airways Flight 1939 and landed as American Airlines Flight 1939… upon landing the US Airways brand and all operations under its name were officially terminated to the dismay of long time US Airways fan boys). The firm is now American Airlines who are based at Tempe, Arizona and can be reached at 800-433-7300 (customer service hotline) and if more assistance is needed in Spanish please dial 800-633-3711 to have a chat with an American Airlines Spanish speak agent.
- A major American airlines based in Fort Worth, TX
- Founded in 1926
- Considered the globes largest airline in terms of fleet size
American Airlines fly to more than 300 destinations across the globe and has a fleet size of more than 900 airplanes. AA Hubs are based in major US cities to include Chicago, Dallas, New York, Miami, Washington, Phoenix, Philadelphia, New York, and Charlotte.