Several major airlines, including Delta Air Lines, Alaska, American, and United Airlines, offer a choice of flexible ticketing options. Under these policies, you can change your flight once without any fees, as long as you travel within the departure dates specified by the individual airline policy. (Fare differences may apply, as always.) Some airlines will even let you cancel flights for future credit. So booking early lets you lock in a great price now on a fare with no change fees and have the peace of mind you can reschedule later.
Note: Exact policies vary by airline. Policies are subject to change. We recommend always checking the individual airline’s policies before you book. Please visit the sites below to learn what is covered.
Is there free Wi-Fi on American Airlines flights?
Although Wi-Fi is available on select domestic American Airlines flights, it is not free. You can purchase Wi-Fi when you schedule a flight on American Airlines or pay on the plane.
Wi-Fi costs around $10 USD per flight (international flights can cost more). If you are a frequent flier who needs or enjoys Internet access while flying, American Airlines offers the Monthly American Airlines Plan for a monthly fee.
Are drinks free on American Airlines international flights?
Non-alcoholic drinks are free on all domestic and international American Airlines flights. Alcoholic drinks are free on most international flights and some transcontinental flights. Before your trip, check your flight info to see if complimentary beer, wine or spirits are offered on your flight.
Even if your flight does not offer free alcoholic drinks, you are always welcome to purchase them on board.
Are meals included on American Airlines?
American Airlines offers cheap flights for domestic travel with snacks included on flights traveling more than 250 miles. Transcontinental flights between New York City (JFK) and San Francisco (SFO) or Los Angeles (LAX) include a meal, as do some other long-haul flights in the U.S. Check your flight info ahead of time.
If you want to reserve a meal on a flight that doesn’t include one, you can do so with American Airlines within 30 days of your flight and up to 24 hours before boarding.
International flights to and from Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand all include meals. Flights to South American destinations may include meals, but check the flight information before you go.
Important: Some destinations may have COVID-19 travel restrictions in place, including specific restrictions for lodging. Check any national, local, and health advisories for this destination before you book.
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