How Do AA Retirees Travel Using JetNet?

Retired employees of American Airlines who have access to travel benefits can sign up for Jetnet online using their AA user ID. The contractor or employee number assigned by the employer serves as the AA user ID. Its domain name is

AA If a retiree attained age 55 or older or had five or more years of company seniority with American Airlines when they left their employment before July 31, 1996, they were eligible for travel privileges. Those who retired after July 31, 1996, had to be at least 55 years old or have 10 or more years of company seniority with American Airlines.

Through the American Airlines website, retirees of the airline can quickly and simply check out the AA Flight Services. A wide number of advantages and benefits, including the ability to order offline tickets, are also available to AA retirees.

For AA retirees who live more than 150 miles from the airport or who have a disability and can’t get their own passes, there is a separate offline ticket facility. They must have all the necessary information on hand when they contact in order to obtain such an offline ticket. The duration of issued tickets is three months.

The AA retirees can register a companion traveller if they are single and meet the eligibility requirements. If an AA retiree meets the requirements and is married, they can register their domestic partner, dependent children, and legal spouse for travel benefits.

Misha Khatri
Misha Khatri is an emeritus professor in the University of Notre Dame's Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. He graduated from Northern Illinois University with a BSc in Chemistry and Mathematics and a PhD in Physical Analytical Chemistry from the University of Utah.


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