Dallas Fort Worth is
American Virtuals main hub. With over 800 departures a day with AA alone, you will find many routes if you base here.
Charlotte Douglas Airport is AA’s second busiest hub.If you choose CLT, you will find plenty of routes ranging from regional to long haul.
Chicago’s O’ Hare airport is the third busiest AA hub. It is also the third busiest airport in the world. Since it is in the midwest, it has flights all over America and plenty of international flights you will love.
Philadelphia airport is the home to some of the coolest and unique destinations American Virtual has to offer. It also serves as a major hub for regional American Virtual operations.
This tropical airport is the gateway to our Caribbean and South America based routes. If you are looking to fly the scenic route, this hub is perfect for doing so.
Phoenix Sky Harbor is a great hub for those looking to fly over some great desert scenery. With a multitdude of routes which are all sorts of durations, this hub is ideal for any pilot here.
Right outside of Washington D.C is this hidden gem, known for its imfamous river visual which offers shorthaul all across the United States. Looking to do quick flight? This is the hub to do so.
Being American Virtual's westernmost hub comes with a big task. This airport steps up to the plate and contains some of the airlines coolest and unique longhaul routes.
LaGuardia is American Virtual's smallest hub in terms of route magnitude. However, it provides a large quantity of regional routes which is great for new pilots.
John F. Kennedy airport is another New York City based hub that has a great mix of routes for everyone to fly. It also is a great hub to be based at if you are looking to fly codeshares.