American Airlines has introduced improvements to its automatic flight-notification service for its customers, via its new AA.com Notification Center.

American Airlines has introduced improvements to its automatic flight-notification service for its customers, via its new AA.com Notification Center.

The Notification Center ― which can be accessed at www.aa.com/connect ― enables customers to set their flight status notification preferences just once and then automatically receive messages for all their future flights, instead of having to request notifications for each different flight.

American Airlines has upgraded its automatic flight-notification service, letting customers manage their preferences through a new, online Notification Center

American Airlines has upgraded its automatic flight-notification service, letting customers manage their preferences through a new, online Notification Center

American says the Notification Center also makes sharing these updates easier by allowing AAdvantage members to save up to 10 contacts in their account, and AA.com can then automatically notify select contacts with the elected flight information.

Additionally, AA.com/connect lets customers manage many of their preferences all in one spot. The new page, referred to as “Connect”, provides customers one-click access to they can instantly manage their AAdvantage accounts; manage their American Airlines e-mail subscriptions; register and select options for the “Remember Me” tool to personalize their phone calls with American Airlines; and access their flight itineraries to e-mail, print, or save to their calendars.