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The American Airlines Altitude Academy on Wednesday 19th - Thursday 20th September 2018
American Airlines and British Airways will reveal a unique two-day experience in the heart of Canary Wharf, where consumers can sample the on-board premium experience without leaving the ground.
From 19th – 20th September, the Altitude Academy will invite passers-by to enjoy a series of unique experiences and discover their personal flyer style. Guests will also be in with a chance of winning return business class tickets to some of American Airlines iconic US destinations.
To find their flyer style, guests will navigate through four one-of-a-kind zones that showcase both the different flying personas and the American Airlines and British Airways on-board experience across the Atlantic.
- The Go Getters - Making things happen by staying connected when flying to over 240 North American destinations. Guests are challenged to take part in the ‘Great Transatlantic Plane Race’ for a chance to win business class flights to the States.
- The Dreamers – Comfort seekers who always arrive well-rested and ready for action. Guests can escape to a world of dream-like comfort and stop for a stunning photo opportunity in the clouds.
- The Escapist – Lovers of just kicking back and immersing themselves in endless entertainment. Guests enter a world of entertainment to discover the latest on board line up, and have the chance to win business class flights to Los Angeles.
- The Connoisseur – Driven by a desire to taste new flavours and experiences. Guests dine under the stars to get a flavour of the finest food and drink, and discover delicious dining options in the air and on the ground.
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