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AA Cargo Expands Weight Limit for International Priority Parcels

American Airlines Cargo has expanded the weight limit for its international Priority Parcel Service (PPS). The move gives customers additional flexibility in shipping heavier, time-sensitive packages, the carrier said. PPS Heavyweight provides a per-piece weight limit increase to 100 pounds (46 kilograms) for shipments originating in the U.S. to all countries except for Japan. PPS provides same-day, counter-to-counter service throughout the U.S. and many parts of the world. Available through American's ticket counters, cargo terminals and designed PPS facilities, the product offers flight-specific shipping and highest-priority boarding, with no advance booking required. AA Cargo, a division of American Airlines, inc. relies on the networks of American, American Eagle and AmericanConnection regional airlines to serve more than 250 cities in some 40 countries, with more than 3,400 daily flights. The combined network fleet numbers more than 900 aircraft, the company said.

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American Airlines Cargo has expanded the weight limit for its international Priority Parcel Service (PPS). The move gives customers additional flexibility in shipping heavier, time-sensitive packages, the carrier said. PPS Heavyweight provides a per-piece weight limit increase to 100 pounds (46 kilograms) for shipments originating in the U.S. to all countries except for Japan. PPS provides same-day, counter-to-counter service throughout the U.S. and many parts of the world. Available through American's ticket counters, cargo terminals and designed PPS facilities, the product offers flight-specific shipping and highest-priority boarding, with no advance booking required. AA Cargo, a division of American Airlines, inc. relies on the networks of American, American Eagle and AmericanConnection regional airlines to serve more than 250 cities in some 40 countries, with more than 3,400 daily flights. The combined network fleet numbers more than 900 aircraft, the company said.

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