American Airlines application now available for BlackBerry devices

By Jared DiPane on 30 Jun 2011 03:35 pm EDT

American Airlines

American Airlines has officially announced the release of their BlackBerry application today, which is aimed to help users flying their airline have a much better experience and give them all the information they need while on the go. Whether a frequent flyer, or an occassional traveler, navigating airports while trying to keep informed about the status of your flight, your departure gate, and whatever else is going on can be a daunting task, but now American Airlines users can stay informed of all of this while on the go, all from their BlackBerry devices. This free application is available for BlackBerry devices running OS5 and OS6, and while it doesn't show official support for the BlackBerry Storm, it will work on the device.

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American Airlines application now available for BlackBerry devices


BlackBerry needs to take a deep look at how Microsoft is developing apps and using such system-wide deep integration. That is what is going to push WP7 forward and RIM can stop their growth by doing the same, but better.

This app runs EXTREMLY WELL...does anyone know if you get the "code bar" of your flights just be read at airport? ...I don't have any current flights with AA don't know if once you have one booked you can get the code bar on the device so it gets read at the know like the apps of the other device "wich-must-not-be-named" ...LOL