NON-REV TRAVEL ISSUES SHOULD BE REPORTED TO AA
(Using the American Airlines Retirees' Website)
We have included the process to report travel issues in the 'TEAM MEMBER SERVICE CENTER' Section below.
You must log in to the AA retirees' website and use the on-line form provided --- OPEN A CASE
Locked Out of Retirees' Website?
918-833-3333. Option 3, Option 1
You must change/create a new password every (90) days.
WHEN YOU FORGET YOUR PASSWORD YOU MUST RESET IT.
You can reset your password in (2) ways; both require you to log-in
to the AA Retirees' Website.
Choosing the CHAT Option
CLICKING the Forgot Password Option
C H A T O P T I O N
If you have forgotten your Password, you can reset it by clicking on the 'CHAT' option and then type responses with a help desk representative who will assign you a Temporary Password.
Prior to being connected to a Chat representative; you must provide the personal data requested. (These are not the challenge questions, but rather, personal data about you).
You will then be assigned a temporary password and you must log-in with
the temporary password. You will then be asked to select (4) Challenge Questions before creating your new password.
C L I C K O N THE F O R G O T P A S S W O R D O P T I O N
If you have forgotten your password; it can also be reset by clicking on 'FORGOT PASSWORD'.
IMPORTANT --- When entering your Employee Number to select your (4) new challenge questions; you must use an 8-DIGIT employee number (which may require you to add leading zeros to your employee number to equal eight digits).
After you have selected new challenge questions, and after you have created your new password, and for future log-ins to the AA Retirees Website, you will only need to enter your actual employee number, even if does not equal 8-DIGITS.
We have just added a new page to this website; just for APPs.
1. Installing the JETAWAY APP for an Apple Device.
2. Installing the JETAWAY APP for an Android Device.
3. The StaffTraveler (Airline Loads for Other Airlines).
4. Understanding the Terms.
CALL: We-Fly-AA for Ticketing
Purchase 20% Discounted
AAdvantage Mileage Ticket
Retirees are eligible for a 20% mileage discount on select MileSAAver and Aanytime awards for confirmed space travel on flights operated and marketed by AA.
Award travel on AAdvantage participating airlines and codeshare flights is not eligible.
CALL: We-Fly-AA for Ticketing
Purchase AA20 Ticket
Retirees, including those at our wholly owned carriers Envoy, Piedmont and PSA, are eligible to receive 20% discount on American Airlines' published fares.
You can purchase a confirmed reservation ticket with a 20% discount. The AA20 designation allows you to check up (2) free bags. The system recognizes you as an AA20 traveler and will waive your bag fees at the ticket counter or self-service kiosk.
to Book Itinerary & Ticketing
Review 'THE TRAVEL GUIDE to determine eligibility for A9 pass travel.
A9 pass travelers DO NOT show up on the airport priority list because reservations are confirmed in 'H' Inventory.
If the A9 pass traveler wants to be listed for an upgrade; they MUST check-in with an airport agent to be placed on the airport priority list.
The A9 pass traveler will be placed on the airport priority list with the code: UPGE
At the time of confirming your reservation, seats which are "NOT" designated as MCE/Premium can be assigned without a charge.
If you request a MCE/Premium seat
assignment, the appropriate charges
of $25 or $45 will be collected.
If the only seats available at the time of
booking are MCE/Premium seats; you can choose to purchase a MCE/Premium seat, or wait until you arrive at the airport for a seat assignment.
You can be assigned a MCE/Premium seat
at the airport at no extra charge.
AA has transitioned to EMPLOYEE CENTRAL which is a new HR System
for employees and retirees.
You will also need to make additional notifications to other administrators
to ensure your update(s) is reflected
in all of your retiree records.
Contact administrators for the following benefits separately to update personal changes and contact information.
Fidelity (401(k): 1-800-354-3412
COBRA: American Airlines Benefit Service Center (888) 860-6178
Retiree Dental: MetLife (800) 474-7371
Supplemental Medical: HealthFirst TPA
P.O. Box 130217, Tyler, TX 75713-0217
or call (800) 711-7083
CHANGES TO YOUR PERSONAL DATA
It may take up to (5) business days for the updates to be updated in the system.
To obtain and print a copy of the
Retiree Personal Data Change Form
you must log-in to the AA retirees website
You can access this form on the HOME Page,
in the Right Margin by Clicking on
UPDATE MY INFORMATION
Change in Marital Status
Update Mailing Address
Print and Complete the
Retiree Personal Data Change Form
American Airlines HR Services
P. O. Box 619616, MD 5146 HDQ1
DFW Airport, TX 75261-9616
FAX TO: 817-967-6335
EMAIL TO: Retirement.Services@aa.com
American Airlines Federal Credit Union
Changes will NOT automatically be updated in your AAFCU records.
You must contact the Credit Union to make any changes directly with them.
T A X I N F O R M A T I O N C H A N G E S
If you are receiving a American Airlines pension and you changed your state of residence, you may need to make changes to your state withholding allowance.
You can make this change on the website of the Pension Service Center.
If a member of the Pilot Pension Plan
and you need to make a tax change,
you will need to email: Retirement.Services@aa.com
HR Services – State Street
1-800 447 2000
To Contact State Street Bank Directly:
February 25, 2019
American Airlines Group expects to contribute $807 million to its pension plans in 2019.
The company disclosed the contribution in its 10-K filing with the SEC
Of the $807 million, $786 million is required and the remaining $21 million is discretionary.
The company contributed $467 million
to its pension plans in 2018.
As of Dec. 31, 2018 , American Airlines had $10.1 billion in total defined benefit assets
and $16.4 billion in benefit obligations for a funding ratio of 61.6%, down from 62.4% at the end of 2017.
The 10-K did not provide a breakout of U.S.
vs. international pension plans.
AA Benefits Service Center 1-888-860-6178 (MON-FRI) 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. (CT)
Legacy American Airlines Retirees who retired on or before November 1, 2012
(date of bankruptcy filing)
are eligible for Retiree Life Insurance.
The amount of eligible life insurance may
vary based on your retirement date,
work group, union or non-union,
and other factors.
Those who retired after 11/01/12, do not have a continuation of their company life insurance.
It important that your contact and BENEFICIARY information is up-to-date
with AA. Otherwise, payment of the life insurance benefit will NOT be made at
the time of the retiree's death.
On July 25, 2018, the Bankruptcy Court ruled that 'some' AA Retirees who retired prior to Nov. 29, 2011, which was the declaration date of Chapter 11 Bankruptcy by AMR (American Airlines, Inc.) would retain their retiree medical insurance benefits.
There are specific requirements to qualify for retiree medical insurance from AA based on management/non-management work groups, union/non-union, your age, and the date of your retirement from AA .
Page (4) of this website provides a
general summary of the requirements.
The AA Retiree Medical Guide is also published in its entirety on the retirees' website: www.retirees.aa.com
TEAM MEMBER SERVICE CENTER
EMPLOYEES & RETIREES 1-800-447-2000
RETIREES ONLY 1-844-543-5747
MON-FRI: 7 a.m.–7 p.m. CT
SAT-SUN: 8 a.m.– 7 pm. CT
CHOOSE A PROMPT
This is the area of the Service Center to confirm that your personal information on file with AA
is accurate and current.
RETIREES ON-LINE ACCESS
Use the "Automated Form" on the Retirees' Website to open a case or review status of a case already created.
OPEN A CASE
(Include specific flights, dates, airports, passenger names, relationship to you, etc).
TRAVEL INVOICE QUESTIONS
STATUS UPDATES ON YOUR CASE
The Work Number® quickly provides automated proof of your employment and salary information. The Work Number® is widely known to mortgage lenders, banks, property management companies, and others who may need proof of your employment or income, and it’s easy for them to use. The service is available anytime, anywhere - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
You must set up an Account through the Work Number. The "Process" to do this is explained on the American Airlines Retirees' Website - www.retirees.aa.com
You may also request your Employment Data Report from the Work Number Website. The Employment Data Report gives you the ability to check to see if your information is correct.
All U.S. based retirees will receive a paper W-2 Tax Form for 2018 at their mailing address on file with AA. It will be postmarked by Jan. 31, 2019.
The IRS now requires AA to report your income related to retiree travel on Form W-2. Imputed income is the estimated value of a trip that is added to your taxable income to comply with IRS guidelines. Trips are valued for imputed income purposes based on mileage for each segment flown.
Imputed Income applies to travel by registered companions, non-dependent children (up to age 24 yrs.), domestic partners and their children.
Imputed Income DOES NOT Apply to D3 Travel.
AA retirees residing in San Juan or the U.S. Virgin Islands do not pay
federal income tax. If the retiree goes to their profile in The Travel Planner, the coupon breakdown in the detail area shows $0.00 for federal tax and
that they are only charged for FICA.
If you have questions about your W-2 for imputed income related to travel, please contact the Team Member Service Center at 844-543-5747. For all other W-2 questions, please reach out to email@example.com for assistance.
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