American Airlines Makes it Easier Than Ever to Book en Espanol at AA.com

The Search by Price & Schedule option at AA.com allows customers to search for the price for their schedule by showing the lowest fares, by flight, for three days before and three days after the customer's departure and return dates. The new Spanish-language option means customers can now do their search in either Spanish or English, creating a new level of convenience for many travelers.

Customers can access all of AA.com's Spanish-language booking options either by clicking "Espanol" on the AA.com home page or by going directly to www.aa.com/espanol. To use the new Spanish-language Search by Price & Schedule option, customers simply click on "Precio y Horario." A list of flights along with available fares on each flight will be displayed so that customers can easily see the flights and fares that best meet their needs.

Along with prices and schedules, customers can view additional content in Spanish on AA.com by clicking the "Espanol" button on the AA.com Home Page, the View/Find Reservations Page, the Baggage Information Page, or the Special Assistance Page.

American's commitment to Spanish-speaking customers is also evident in country-specific Spanish-language portals that American offers at www.aa.com/espanol. Site visitors can select their country of residence from among nearly 20 choices.

Source:
PR Newswire

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