Category:American Eagle

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American Eagle is a brand name under which several regional airlines operate feeder flights for American Airlines. This includes American Airlines' wholly owned subsidiary Envoy Air (formerly American Eagle Airlines). They primarily connect smaller cities with American Airlines' domestic hub airports and focus cities.
Former commuter and regional airlines operating as American Eagle were: Air Virginia (became AVAir), Chaparral Airlines, Command Airways, Executive Airlines, Metroflight Airlines (a division of Metro Airlines), Nashville Eagle, Simmons Airlines, Wings West Airlines.
The combined American Eagle branded fleet, currently consists of the following regional airlines: Compass Airlines, Envoy Air, ExpressJet, Mesa Airlines, PSA Airlines, Republic Airlines, SkyWest Airlines, and Trans State Airlines.

This page lists all films, TV series, and video games that feature aircraft of American Eagle.

See also