We don't need to tell you US Airways is merging with American Airlines. But we do need to tell you that policies involving our hard-won retiree flight benefits may change because of the merger. We need your help to ensure those changes are welcome.
We would like to see the merged carrier adopt some current retiree non-rev policies of American Airlines. Decisions on such policies and others are being made now by teams established by US Airways and American Airlines bosses Doug Parker and Tom Horton. So we ask you, please, to help encourage the adoption of these policies by reading letters we have written to these CEOs, printing them and mailing them.
The flight benefits you improve will be your own.
American’s Tom Horton, left, and US Airways CEO Doug Parker as they announce the two airlines will merge.
Using travel benefits
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Why don’t you go away? Get tips here from travelers about how to use those great non-rev benefits. Places to go; things to see and do; where to stay; how to get there.
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The new AA
This is the website for retirees from US Airways and the associated companies that helped build it into one of the best airlines in North America. Soon, as the new American Airlines, we will be part of the largest airline in the world.
In these pages you’ll find information to help you best use the wonderful benefits you receive as a US Airways retiree.
You'll also find information about your friends and colleagues from US Airways; about the various chapters of the national US Airways Retirees organization; about ideas for trips to take and places to stay while you are using those flight benefits -- the best in the aviation industry.
Come on in, sit yourself down, buckle your seatbelt and get ready for take off.