The Reunion Weekend was a huges success !!!

Over 450 friends attended the Saturday Night Party and over 200 were at the Sunday Picnic.

Photos and video to follow a.s.a.p.

Named “the man who changed the way the world flies” by The Wall Street Journal, Robert Crandall transformed and revolutionized the entire airline industry during his 25 years with American Airlines from 1973 to 1998. Called a legend by airline industry observers, Crandall has been the subject of several books and is a member of the Conrad Hilton College Hall of Honor. In addition, he has been presented with the Horatio Alger Award in 1997, the Tony Jannus Award for Outstanding Leadership in the Commercial Aviation Industry in 2001, the L. Welch Pogue Award for Lifetime Achievement in Aviation in 2004, and the Wright Brothers Memorial Trophy from the National Aeronautic Association in 2006. Mr. Crandall will be the "Guest of Honor" at our AA LA "GalAAffair" Reunion Party.

ThAAnks to the Four Points Sheraton LAX Hotel - Fred Groth, Kathy Hansen, Ferdinand Castro & Staff

If you have any photos of yourself or coworkers on (or off) the job at AA, we would love to share them on our photo gallery.  Please scan & send your photos along with identifying information, to our email address:, or mail copies to AA LA Reunion, c/o Carole Milligan, P. O. Box 8762, Calabasas, CA 91372. We will be very happy to add your submissions to the Photo Gallery or Vintage AA pages.


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