As part of its Clean Commitment American Airlines is beginning to treat our planes with SurfaceWise®2 an EPA-approved coating that provides enhanced protection by sustained killing of coronaviruses, on surfaces.
Breakthrough protection in-flight
SurfaceWise®2 creates an invisible barrier on surfaces which continuously breaks down and kills virus cells. American is the first airline to offer this breakthrough coating. We’ll be rolling out the treatment across our fleet in the coming months.
In addition to this revolutionary new coating, see how else we’re strengthening our Clean Commitment to give you peace of mind.
Alison Taylor, Chief Customer Officer for American, provides an update on how we are upgrading our Clean Commitment. In the video, Alison discusses our efforts to seek accreditation for our cleaning and disinfecting protocols and shares more on upcoming efforts to care for travelers through every touch point.
In July, American announced it would only allow exemptions for customers under 2 years old. The airline requires all other customers to wear a face covering from the time they enter the airport where their trip begins until they leave the airport where their trip ends. In August, the airline announced additional requirements for the types of permitted face coverings.
Your safety and well-being is our top priority
We're committed to your safety and well-being while connecting you to the places that matter most. Every aspect of the travel journey is being reviewed and adjusted to create more space while maintaining the level of service and support you've come to expect from American. See how we're delivering on this commitment throughout every touchpoint of your journey.
Your go-to tool for travel guidelines
We’re making travel planning easier for customers who are eager to reconnect with the people and places that matter to them most. We’ve launched a travel portal powered by Sherpa, to help customers quickly see the current coronavirus (COVID-19) travel guidelines for domestic and international destinations.