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American Airlines adding more than 600 jobs in Miami

As part of American’s ongoing commitment to Miami, the airline is adding more than 600 home-based reservations jobs. The airline currently has 200 new representatives in training, and a goal to hire more than 400 in the next couple of months, bringing the total of home-based reservations agents to nearly 800. These team members will join more than 1,500 new team members hired at Miami International Airport in 2021.

As the third-largest private employer in Miami-Dade County, these new full-time positions further strengthen our more than 30-year commitment to our community and to our Miami hub.  With the record growth we’ve experienced in the last year, we’re thrilled to continue creating more jobs in Miami.

Juan Carlos Liscano, American Airlines Vice President-Miami Operations

American is Miami’s hometown airline, offering up to 360 daily flights to 140 destinations operated by more than 12,500 locally based team members. Last year, the airline launched six new international destinations and 11 new domestic routes from MIA, resulting in the largest operation in the history of the hub.

MIA is proud to be American Airlines’ home airport as they continue to invest in our community and create jobs for our residents.  It is thanks to partners like American and their commitment to our community, even during the hardest times of the pandemic, that we have been able to recover economically.

Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava

At American we’re incredibly proud of our results in 2021 and this year we’re looking forward to another record-breaking year, made possible by the outstanding team that we have here at MIA.  

Juan Carlos Liscano, American Airlines Vice President-Miami Operations

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