AA Cargo and US Airways co-locate to New York’s JFK

IN A first step to co-locate cargo operations across the combined network, US Airways Cargo has joined American Airlines Cargo’s operations at New York’s John F Kennedy International Airport.
While the two carriers continue to operate independently, the co-located facility allows American and US Airways customers to tender and recover both 001 and 037 airwaybill shipments at a single location.
This co-location is the first of 155 planned across the merged airline’s combined networks.
On April 1, American will relocate its cargo operations to US Airways’ facility at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX).
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