American Airlines charges

Ramp has processed transactions for American Airlines.

You might see American Airlines listed on your credit card statement as:
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American Airlines could appear on your statement as:

What is American Airlines?

American Airlines is a major airline in the United States that was founded in 1926 and has since grown into one of the world's largest airline in passenger miles transported and fleet size. They operate an extensive network of domestic and international flights to destinations across the globe, providing a convenient and comfortable travel experience for millions of customers each year. American Airlines is committed to providing the highest level of service to their customers, including enhanced comfort and personalized amenities, all while maintaining the highest safety standards in the aviation industry.

Top 5 products and services provided by American Airlines include:

  1. Flight bookings for domestic and international destinations
  2. Reward programs for loyal customers, offering benefits such as free flights and upgrades
  3. American Airlines Admirals Club lounge access for eligible passengers, featuring comfortable seating, complimentary food and beverages, and WiFi
  4. Business and first class seating options with enhanced amenities such as lie-flat seats, premium meals, and priority boarding
  5. Baggage and cargo services, including tracking and delivery, as well as specialized handling for fragile or oversized items.

American Airlines website:

“Accurate classification of expenses is vital for businesses as it forms the backbone of financial reporting, tax compliance, and strategic decision-making. It enables businesses to track and analyze their spending patterns, identify cost-saving opportunities, and assess the profitability of various operations or projects.”
Audrey Carroll
Senior Manager, Accounting, Ramp

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