Stock Market Project
By: Canaan, Mckensie, Emily, Jonathan
American Airline Stocks in the Month of February
On the morning of April 15, 1926, a young aviator named Charles A. Lindbergh created American Airlines.
At the end of 1959 and into the early 1960s, American Airlines, teaming up with IBM, introduced and implemented SABRE (Semi-Automated Business Research Environment), the largest electronic data processing system for business use. By 1964, the SABRE network extended from coast to coast and from Canada to Mexico. It became the largest real-time data processing system, second only to the U.S. government's SAGE system.
In 2011, American continued to expand its partnerships with other airlines in addition to enhancing its joint businesses and its participation in the oneworld® alliance.
Research Questions You Will Need to Ask or Answer
Name of Stock
Type of Stock Produced
Flights and Hotels
Number of Offices
Internationally they have 30 offices
Spring and fall- Down
New plane-- 777-300ER
Went out of business and had to merge