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American Airlines offers internet service using Gogo service. Connectivity is available for laptops and mobile devices. The service is available once the aircraft reaches 10,000 feet cruising altitude (NOTE:  service might not be available on select routes). More information about the service, availability, and pricing options is listed  here .

Non-alcoholic beverages are complimentary. Alcoholic beverages may be purchased in Main Cabin Economy Class and are complimentary in First Class.

Food service depends on length of flight and time of day. Main Cabin and Main Cabin Extra items might include complimentary pretzels and/or cookies. Sandwiches and snack boxes are available for purchase on flights over 2 hours. Light meals are also available on flights over 3 hours. Premium dining is offered in the First Class cabin. Selections depend upon length of flight and time of day. Additional information for each class is available in the "Travel Information / During your flight" section on  aa.com .

Scott Bremner gets your worday started on JetRadio each weekday morning from 6am-8am with all the local, state and national news you need to know.  His longevity in the community and experience in the newsroom made Scott the perfect fit to wake up Erie’s loyal News Talk followers and discuss the current local and national  trending topics.

Currently the Assignment Editor at NexStar Broadcasting, Scott’s career in the Newsroom has spanned nearly thirty years and covered just about every job there is in a newsroom.  He first surfaced as an Anchor/Reporter at WJET-TV followed by a two decade period in News Department at WSEE-TV serving as Executive Producer, News Director, Anchor & Reporter. 

 Scott’s work has been featured on both the ABC and CBS evening newscasts and he has reported in places as far away as Zibo, China and Lublin, Poland.  His reporting and anchoring skills have earned him numerous statewide awards from both the Associated Press and the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters.

Learn to fly in Atlanta, Georgia, at DeKalb-Peachtree Airport (PDK) with Steve Shaner – a veteran flight instructor for over 41 years and over 48 years of pilot experience. Steve is a former FAA-Designated Pilot Examiner and holds an Airline Transport Pilot certificate with a Citation Jet type rating. Steve conducts all of the ground and flight training at our aviation school in Atlanta, Georgia. The primary difference in the ground and flight training offered at American Air Flight Training versus other flight schools is our exceptionally high standard of SAFETY .

Looking for a truly special gift? How about an introductory flight lesson in a Cessna 172 airplane? Flying lessons can be scheduled on weekdays or weekends (including evenings) at the student’s convenience. Our pilot flight training center is located at DeKalb-Peachtree Airport (some people call it Peachtree -DeKalb Airport, but the correct name is DeKalb – Peachtree Airport) – convenient to Atlanta, Buckhead, Brookhaven, Dunwoody, Sandy Springs, Roswell, Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Duluth, Norcross, Peachtree Corners, Stone Mountain, Doraville, Lilburn and Decatur.

American Air provides thorough, professional and personalized initial and re-current pilot training in the Piper PA 46 Malibu, Malibu Mirage, Matrix and M350.

Non-alcoholic beverages are offered complimentary; alcoholic beverages can be purchased, $6 for beer and $7 for wine and mixed drinks. On all American Eagle flights, trail mix or almonds can be purchased for $4.

This type is used on short-haul domestic segments and many passengers enjoy the 1-2 layout for comfort and personal space. Onboard storage is limited as there is only overhead storage on the right hand side. Standard rollaboard suitcases will not fit in these compartments and may need to be checked at the aircraft door. From time to time, passengers may be moved for weight and balance considerations. There is also limited under seat storage at all window seats due to the curvature of the fuselage.

Learn to fly in Atlanta, Georgia, at PDK airport with Steve Shaner – a veteran flight instructor for over 41 years and over 48 years of pilot experience.

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For your next American Airlines flight, use this seating chart to get the most comfortable seats, legroom, and recline on Embraer ERJ-145 (ER4).

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