American Airlines App Launched for Windows 8, Download now
If you travel a lot, then you probably want to travel with stile. In order to receive the best info related to various routes and for being able to buy tickets easily and safely you should use the new American Airlines app, which was recently released on Windows Store.
We all know that when coming to trips, whether it is about traveling for business, or traveling with your family and friends, everything must be planed and scheduled in advanced. In this way you can be sure that everything will go as planned and that you will have a safe and relaxing flight, or ride. Also, for ensuring that unexpected events aren’t going to happen you need to use trustful services, such as the ones that are being provided by American Airlines. Well, fortunately for us the company just launched its official app on Windows Store.
American Airlines app now available on Windows Store; get it for free
American Airlines has an official client released on Windows Store, which means that now you can download and install the app on your own Windows 8 based device. By using this app you will be able to reserve tickets, receive notifications about discounts and special offers, share travel info with your partners and lot more. Basically, you will be able to manage your travel plans with ease and in a secured matter right from your tablet, laptop or desktop.
American Airlines app is compatible with Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows RT based devices so you can anytime choose to test this app on your own handset. Moreover, this is the official tool and not an third party app, so you can safely use the platform for organizing your trips and flights – the tool is also free distributed on Windows Store.
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