American Eagle

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Headquarters Fort Worth, TX[1]
Founded 1984
Fleet size 279 (December 2015)
Website
www.aa.com

American Eagle is a subsidiary regional aviation provider in the United States, provided by American Airlines to provide service to smaller communities and short-haul flights.

On October 17, 2015, American Eagle fully merged with US Airways Express, keeping the American Eagle name and brand.

Flight Operators

American Eagle service is provided by 6 airlines, operating under the American Eagle name and liveried aircraft.

Prior Operators

Fleet

Current Roster

Model Thumbnail Year Delivered Manufacturer Model Number Engines Seating Operated By Notes
American Eagle Embraer 145 American Eagle N653AE-a.png 1998-2005 Embraer 145 Rolls-Royce AE 3007-A1 50 economy Envoy Air
  • Partially transferred to other regional operators.
American Eagle Embraer 140 2001-2003 Embraer 140 Rolls-Royce AE 3007-A1 44 economy Envoy Air
American Eagle CRJ700 2013 Bombardier CRJ700 General Electric CF34-8C1 9 first class, 54 economy PSA Airlines
American Eagle CRJ900 2013-2016 Bombardier CRJ900 General Electric CF34-8C1 86 economy Mesa Airlines
PSA Airlines
American Eagle Embraer 175 American Eagle N128HQ-a.png 2013-2017 Embraer 175 General Electric CF34-8E5 12 first class, 64 economy Envoy Air
Republic Airline
American Eagle CRJ700 American Eagle N531EG-a.png 2015-2019 Bombardier CRJ700 General Electric CF34-8C1 9 first class, 54 economy PSA Airlines
Skywest Airlines
American Eagle Embraer 145 2015-2018 Embraer 145 Rolls-Royce AE 3007-A1 50 economy Piedmont Airlines
American Eagle Embraer 175 2018- Embraer 175 General Electric CF34-8E5 12 first class, 64 economy Envoy Air
American Eagle CRJ900 2019-2020 Bombardier CRJ900 General Electric CF34-8C1 86 economy PSA Airlines

On Order

Model Thumbnail Year Delivered Manufacturer Model Number Engines Seating Notes

Retired Roster

Model Thumbnail Year Delivered Manufacturer Model Number Engines Seating Notes
American Eagle 340B 1992-1996 Saab 340B General Electric CT7-9B 34 economy
American Eagle 42-300 1998 ATR 42-300 Pratt & Whitney PW120 46 economy
American Eagle 72-212A 1998 ATR 72-212A Pratt & Whitney PW127F 64 economy
American Eagle Embraer 145 1998-2005 Embraer 145 Rolls-Royce AE 3007-A1 50 economy
  • Transferred to other regional operators.
American Eagle Embraer 135 1999-2001 Embraer 135 Rolls-Royce AE-3007-A3 37 economy
American Eagle CRJ700 2002-2004 Bombardier CRJ700 General Electric CF34-8C1 9 first class, 54 economy
American Eagle Embraer 170 2005-2006 Embraer 170 General Electric CF34-8E5 72 economy
American Eagle CRJ700 2010-2011 Bombardier CRJ700 General Electric CF34-8C1 9 first class, 56 economy
  • Transferred to PSA Airlines.
American Eagle CRJ200 2013 Bombardier CRJ200 General Electric CF34-3B1 50 economy
American Eagle DHC-8-100 2013 Bombardier DHC-8-100 Pratt & Whitney PW120A 37 economy
American Eagle DHC-8-300 2013 Bombardier DHC-8-300 Pratt & Whitney PW123 50 economy
American Eagle Embraer 145 American Eagle N653AE-a.png 2015-2018 Embraer 145 Rolls-Royce AE 3007-A1 50 economy
  • ExpressJet and Trans States Airlines only.
American Eagle CRJ700 2017-2018 Bombardier CRJ700 General Electric CF34-8C1 9 first class, 54 economy
  • ExpressJet only.

Classes

Destinations

Please see American Eagle Destinations.

Flights

Please see American Eagle Flights.

References

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Airports and Operators
Hubs Charlotte Douglas International Airport - Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport - John F. Kennedy International Airport - LaGuardia Airport - Los Angeles International Airport - Miami International Airport - O'Hare International Airport - Philadelphia International Airport - Phoenix-Sky Harbor International Airport - Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
Subsidiaries American Eagle (opb Compass Airlines - Envoy Air - Mesa Airlines - Piedmont Airlines - PSA Airlines - Republic Airlines - Skywest Airlines)
Mergers Air California - Reno Air - Trans World Airlines - US Airways
Routes
Mainline Routes 1-99 - 100-199 - 200-299 - 300-399 - 400-499 - 500-599 - 600-699 - 700-799 - 800-899 - 900-999 - 1000-1099 - 1100-1199 - 1200-1299 - 1300-1399 - 1400-1499 - 1500-1599 - 1600-1699 - 1700-1799 - 1800-1899 - 1900-1999 - 2000-2099 - 2100-2199 - 2200-2299 - 2300-2399 - 2400-2499 - 2500-2599 - 2600-2699 - 2700-2799 - 2800-2899 - 2900-2949
Eagle Routes 2950-3099 - 3100-3199 - 3200-3299 - 3300-3399 - 3400-3499 - 3500-3599 - 3600-3699 - 3700-3799 - 3800-3899 - 3900-3999 - 4000-4099 - 4100-4199 - 4200-4299 - 4300-4399 - 4400-4499 - 4500-4599 - 4600-4699 - 4700-4799 - 4800-4899 - 4900-4999 - 5000-5099 - 5100-5199 - 5200-5299 - 5300-5399 - 5400-5499 - 5500-5599 - 5600-5699 - 5700-5799 - 5800-5899 - 5900-5999 - 6100-6199
Historical Eagle Routes 6000-6099
Destinations Mainline - Eagle
Aircraft
Narrow-Body 737-800 - 737-800 (2009) - A319-100 - A320-200 - A321-200 - 737 MAX 8 - A319-100 (2018) - A321neo
Wide-Body 777-200ER - 777-200ER (2006) - 777-300ER - A330-200 - 787-8 - 787-9 - 787-8 (2020)
Retired MD-82 - MD-83 - 757-200 - 767-300ER - MD-83 (2001) - A330-300 - 757-200 (2013) - 767-300ER (2003) - ERJ-190