Cape Air, American Airlines Launch Marketing Partnership

cape airCape Air is strengthening its new Midwest operation with the launch of a marketing partnership with American Airlines. As of April 6, passengers will be able to use American Airlines tickets to fly between Lambert-St. Louis International Airport and Cape Girardeau, MO, Quincy, IL and Marion, IL when connecting with another American Airlines flight at Lambert-St. Louis.

Through the Cape Air-American Airlines marketing partnership, American Airlines has placed its code on flights operated by Cape Air, making it possible for customers to book travel on a single American Airlines itinerary. Customers can find one-stop shopping through www.aa.com or by calling 1-800-433-7300. On their day of travel, customers benefit from the convenience of receiving boarding passes for their entire itinerary upon check-in, one-stop baggage check and transfer, and same-concourse connections at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport. AAdvantage members of will earn miles for travel on combined American Airlines-Cape Air itineraries and may redeem AAdvantage miles on combined American Airlines-Cape Air itineraries as well.

Cape Air flies over 650,000 passengers a year with over 125,000 annual flights to destinations around the world including New England, New York, the Caribbean, the Midwest, Mid Atlantic, Florida and Micronesia. Based in Hyannis, MA since 1989, Cape Air also operates flights under the Nantucket Airlines brand. Cape Air is a code share partner with Continental Airlines in the Caribbean and Micronesia, JetBlue in New England and American Airlines in the Midwest. In addition, Cape Air has ticket and baggage agreements with most major airlines.

Visit www.capeair.com.

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