Jetnett AA provides a fresh method for you to collaborate and connect with colleagues from all over the world. Click the text for the new terms & conditions for Jetnet. Before you can begin using the site, please agree to their following Terms & Conditions to make their legal team happy. The first page of Jetnett AA is their American Airlines login.
New Jetnet presents an opportunity for improved two-way communication and collaboration among colleagues. However, with this new openness comes a responsibility and accountability for all participants. When leaving a comment or joining in on a discussion, it is crucial to respect the audience, present factual information, and accept responsibility for the information you share. It is essential to keep in mind the following:
- Do not reveal any confidential company information.
- Do not disclose personal sensitive data such as your bank account information, social security number, or credit card numbers in your profile, comments, or blog posts.
- It is up to you to decide whether to use New Jetnet to interact, exchange ideas and opinions.
- All posts on the site will be traceable – there will be no anonymous posts. Your activity on New Jetnet will be linked to your name and avatar.
Regarding your use of the new Jetnet site, you are accountable for reviewing and comprehending all company policies and guidelines that apply to your participation and activity on the site, including but not limited to:
- Standards of Business Conduct
- Work Environment
- Intellectual Property
- Rules of Conduct
- Jetnet Use Agreement (you can locate the link in the footer at the bottom of every Jetnet page)
How to access JetNet AA
Only active American Airlines team members are permitted to access Jetnet at newjetnet.aa.com. Envoy active employees should log in at my.envoyair.com, Piedmont active employees at mypiedmont.aa.com, and PSA active employees at mypsa.aa.com. American Airlines and US Airways retirees can access their account at retirees.aa.com, while retirees of Envoy, Piedmont, and PSA should go to aa.com/regionalretirees.
To log in to your account, you must first be an AAdvantage member, which can be achieved in a few ways:
- If you have an AAdvantage credit card, you may already have an AAdvantage number set up.
- You can create an account online and choose a username and password for login at newjetnet.aa.com.
- If you cannot recall your AAdvantage number, you can retrieve it at the login page by clicking “Need AAdvantage number?”.
If you cannot remember the password you selected when creating your account, you can request it at the login page by clicking “Need password?”.
Here are the steps to connect to Wi-Fi at newjetnet.aa.com:
For phones or tablets, download the American Airlines app before the flight and enable airplane mode. Then, connect to the “AA-Inflight” Wi-Fi signal. If you’re not redirected, open a browser and enter aainflight.com.
For laptops, connect to the “AA-Inflight” Wi-Fi signal. If you’re not redirected, open a browser and enter aainflight.com.
Wi-Fi is available on most routes for as little as $10 with the Pay as you fly option. Alternatively, if you fly often, you can join the American Airlines Wi-Fi Subscription Plan for $49.95 for a monthly plan or $59.95 for a 2-device monthly plan. To purchase this plan, you must be an AAdvantage member and have an email address and credit card with a U.S. billing address saved in your AAdvantage account.
Your monthly Wi-Fi subscription will be valid on most domestic flights operating between airports within the United States or between the U.S. and Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, or Central America, where network coverage is available. Please note that Panasonic international Wi-Fi services are not included in the American Airlines Wi-Fi Subscription Plan. Additionally, accessing aa.com during the flight is always free.
Phones and electronic devices
You are permitted to use your cell phone, laptop, and other electronic devices during the flight until instructed otherwise by the flight crew. However, making phone calls is prohibited during the flight.
When the plane is taxiing, taking off, or landing, please remember to:
- Place small devices in airplane mode and either hold them or put them under your seat.
- Turn off and store laptops, virtual reality headsets, and other large items since they cannot be held during these phases.
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