American Airlines is a major fictional airline in the Pilot's Life server for San Andreas Multiplayer headquartered in Whetstone, San Fierro(Previously Tierra Robada, Las Venturas). The airline is based on its real-life counterpart, American Airlines. It is mainly run by the player Nightmare. The Airline is one of the top 5 airlines in the Pilot's Life.

About American AirlinesEdit

American Airlines was bought on August 17th, 2014 by Harvard and Nightmare. However, Harvard was banned in late September, so the leading role was passed on to Nightmare. American Airlines currently owns 50 fleet spots and the total fleet size is 50(includes Ground unit vehicles.)            

Current CEOs:

  • Nightmare (Owner)            
  • Shak            
  • Caden            
  • Dark_Rider            
  • Stan69            
  • CtrlAltDelicious            

Slogan: Going for great!

Parent Company: American Group(Pilot's Life)

Sister company: American Freightways

History of American Airlines Edit

Acquisition and name change Edit

American Airlines was acquired by Nightmare from RoyalFox on the 12th of August and was known as Qatar Airways, but it was later renamed to American Airlines on the 17th of August.

First 5000 flights Edit

American Airlines managed to complete 5000 flights by the 3rd of the September. The airline also managed to complete its 100th AOTD

10,000 Flights and the biggest Airline Edit

By the 25th of September, American Airlines had beaten Jet Airways and Swift Airways; completed 10,000 successful flights. The airline also managed to gain 200 members and 500 AOTDs. By now, the airline was the largest airline in the server by the number of employees.

Top five airlines Edit

By the 1st of July, American Airlines had defeated Delta blue, Xan Air, Air New Zealand, Inter Air and Red Bull air. The airline by this time had completed 120,000 flights and was in the top five airlines of Pilot's Life.

One year anniversary - Present Edit

On the 17th of August 2015, the airline had completed one year in service, and by this time, they had completed 150,000 flights and 3,400 AOTDS.