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American Eagle (Planes not pre-ripped jeans)
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America Eagle began its domestic service in 1984 and 2 years later, expanded to include service the Caribbean. By 1991, AMR Corp., the parent company of American Airlines, effectively acquired the American Eagle Brand and in 1998, two of those acquisitions merged and officially changed its name to American Eagle Airlines.
In 2007, the parent corporation AMR corp. looked to sell the American Eagle brand into a new entity. The plans halted amid the 2008 financial crisis and again in 2011 when AMR corp. filed for bankruptcy. The company continued as American Eagle until 2014 when they changed their name to Envoy Air Inc.

American Eagle provides service North, South, and Central America, as well as the Caribbean. In the Caribbean, there are routes to Guadeloupe, Martinique, the Bahamas, and Cuba, with the destinations in Cuba being scheduled charters only. In South America, there is currently only one seasonal destination to Barranquilla, Colombia. In Canada, there are trips to Alberta, Nova Scotia, and Quebec. In Mexico, there are trips to 10 international airports. In the United States, American Eagle flies to 46 states and every major city. To get to these destinations, American Eagle flies these types of planes: Bombardier CRJ700, Embraer ERJ-140, Embraer ERJ-145, and Embraer E175.

What to Expect

American Eagle (Envoy Air) offers the same in-flight entertainment as its parent organization, American Airlines. This includes over 160 movies (30% new releases), 290 TV shows, 700 songs, and 20 games. On select flights, there is the option for live-streaming TV as well as wireless streaming.

The baggage fees start at $25 for the 1st checked bag, $35 for the 2nd checked bag and $150 for additional bags. For bags between 51-70 lbs. the fee is $100 and for 71-100 lbs., $200.

For flights from Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Los Angeles, and New York LaGuardia, passengers can select American Eagle First Class. For all other routes, depending on the style of plane and length of the journey, the seat classes range (in order of lowest fare to highest fare) from Basic Economy, Main Cabin, Main Cabin Extra, Premium Economy, Business Class, First Class, Flagship Business, and Flagship First.