American Airlines to Offer Cadillac Tarmac Transfer Service in New York and Los Angeles

By Paul Riegler on 6 October 2014
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An American jet taking off

An American jet taking off

American Airlines announced it is partnering with Cadillac to offer a tarmac transfer service for its top customers.

United Airlines and Delta Air Lines already offer similar programs at numerous airports, having partnered with Mercedes-Benz and Porsche respectively.

The Fort Worth-based airline said it is launching the service, which will offer members of its ConciergeKey program with tight transfer times a ride in a Cadillac CTS, SRX, or Escalade from one gate to another across the tarmac.

The program will be expanded to LaGuardia Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport as well.

In addition, members of the airline’s AAdvantage program will be able to earn 7,500 miles later this month by test driving a new Cadillac, and American will place Cadillac models on display at major airports.

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