So new AA.com is up with a different look and the ability to book inventory on British Airways and Iberia, as American’s joint venture with those carriers becomes reality.

From the release:

Updated Home Page

When customers log into the AA.com home page, they now have a multi-purpose, personalized “work space” in which they can book flights, see their AAdvantage® account summary, check flight status, and view up to four booked trips. Also after logging in, customers are now able to view their name, AAdvantage account status, and mileage balance at the top of each page throughout the site.

Site Navigation
At the forefront of the redesign is the site’s homepage, which now provides simpler navigation. Access to all the tools and information customers need is just a click away, thanks to a navigation bar that has been relocated to the top of the screen, rather than the previous left side of the page.
Other features of the redesign include:
• Upgrading the page width from 800 to 1,024 pixels, which enhances readability
• A new header, footer and background image on all pages of the site
• Added links to American’s social media sites in the footer of all pages
• Centering the site in a customer’s browser

What do you think, frequent fliers? Anybody else think new AA.com looks a bit like the previous iteration of Southwest.com, but that new Southwest.com looks a bit like old AA.com? Maybe I’m just going nuts.

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