Search, book & sell flights through our American Airlines API
American Airlines is a member of oneworld. It currently flies to 350 destinations in 50 countries around the world, and its main hubs are located in 10 different cities. The Duffel Flights API is built using NDC from the ground up and allows you to search, book and sell flights from American Airlines along with 20+ other airlines through a single integration.
Supported API features
Search and Book Flights
Search & Book
Search for flights from American Airlines and more than 20 other airlines with real-time pricing and availability.
Cancel & Refund
Make it easy for your customers to cancel bookings and get a timely refund without having to bounce between American Airlines and agents.
Give your customers the ability to add bags on American Airlines - other services like extra leg room, priority boarding and in-flight meals are coming soon.
Docs coming soon
Your customers want to decide where they sit. Duffel gives them the power to choose their seats using data sent directly from American Airlines.
What features are available on American Airlines through the Duffel API?
With Duffel, you can search, book, and manage flights, including processing post booking cancellations and refunds. We also have a changes API coming soon that will enable you to change your American Airlines flights.
In addition to flights, the Duffel API enables you to sell seats for American Airlines flights.
How does the Duffel API compare to American Airlines's API?
The American Airlines API offers similar functionality to Duffel, but only allows you to access content from American Airlines. If you want to offer content from other airlines, you would then need to integrate each individual airline's API, a process that is costly and time consuming. With Duffel, you integrate once, and get access to a network of 20+ of the world's leading airlines with just a single integration.
Duffel was also built with the developer in mind and offers simple, composable APIs, comprehensive documentation, and a robust testing environment. This means an integration takes minutes, not months. Check out our API Documentation here.