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Alec Baldwin Gets His Own American Airlines Boarding Group

This is absolutely hilarious. Ellen DeGeneres yesterday “explained” the new American Airlines boarding process in a public service announcement on her show. In addition to Alec Baldwin getting his own boarding group, it appears American is adding several new classifications. 😉 (Hat tip: AAdvantageGeek) – Follow Darren Booth on Twitter, @FrequentlyFlyin, for more airline, hotel…

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Is American’s New Boarding Process Destined for Failure?

I’m catching up with last week’s notable airline news items and American’s new boarding process, tested earlier this year, is a hot topic. Basically, American Airlines is now allowing those passengers without carry-ons requiring overhead bin space to board ahead of Group 2. The test of this new process, rolled out systemwide last Thursday, was…

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American Airlines Testing New Boarding Procedure

This past weekend I noticed the following Twitter exchange between @JohnnyJet and American Airlines: According to Johnny’s tweet, he noticed that American offered boarding to passengers without carry-ons in the second group, likely after those with Priority Access. Curiosity peaked, I emailed American’s PR team on Monday and received the following reply yesterday (bolding mine):…

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