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American Airlines Flight 1289 Route Deals From $40

The cheapest prices found with in the last 7 days for return flights were $79 and $40 for one-way flights to Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood Intl. for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

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FAQs about AA1289

What route does flight number AA1289 take?

AA1289 flies direct between Charlotte, NC (CLT-Charlotte-Douglas Intl.) and Portland, ME (PWM-Portland Intl. Jetport) in approximately 2 hours and 12 minutes. It can be used on other routes though, some of which may be multi-stop journeys. Keep this in mind when booking your airfare to avoid any confusion.

What kind of plane is on flight number AA1289?

AA1289 is a flight number that serves a number of different routes. If you're traveling on the most popular one, Charlotte, NC (CLT-Charlotte-Douglas Intl.) to Portland, ME (PWM-Portland Intl. Jetport), you'll likely be climbing aboard the Airbus A319.