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82 EASY PAYMENT OPTIONS All prices are in U.S. Dollars. Your payment may be made by credit card ($500 maximum per customer). We are sorry but cash, personal checks and Traveler’s Checks cannot be accepted. Please note the following exceptions both in and out of these countries: For Latin American and Caribbean routes: There is a $250 maximum credit card charge per customer.

DUTY FREE ALLOWANCES The following is a guide for the amounts allowed by local customs authorities. Every effort has been made to ensure accurate information in this table. Allowances are subject to change without notice and passengers are solely responsible for any duties levied by local Customs. Laws in Spain prohibit the sale of cigarettes on board flights to and from Spain. Destination Country Argentina Belgium Brazil Chile China Dominican Republic Ecuador France Germany India Ireland Italy Japan Peru Spain Switzerland Trinidad Tobago United Kingdom United States

Cigarettes 400 200 200 400 400 200 300 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200† 200†† 300 200 200

Liquor 2 Liters 1 Liter 2 Liters total 2.5 Liters total 1 Liter 2 Liters** 1 Liter 1 Liter 1 Liter 2 Liters 1 Liter of spirits 1 Liter 3 Bottles total*** 2 Liters 1 Liter 1 Liter 1 Liter 1 Liter 1 Liter

The following credit cards are accepted: AAdvantage MasterCard ®, VISA ®, MasterCard ®, American Express ®, Diner’s Club, Discover ®, Carte Blanche ®, Barclay Card ® and JCB®. Please note, we do not accept ATM or debit cards without a major credit card logo nor country specific credit cards.

Although we make every effort to ensure accuracy, we regret any printing errors and omissions. Please accept our apology if your choice is not available on today’s flight. Some products may appear larger than actual size to show detail. Product substitution may occur. Due to space limitations on board, we may not be able to satisfy every customer demand. Certain products may not be available on all routes due to local legislation. American Airlines offers Duty Free service on most flights to and from Europe/Asia/India/Latin America. We apologize for any inconvenience when the service may not be available. American Airlines is not responsible for products or services offered by other participating companies. AmericanAirlines is a registered trademark of American Airlines, Inc. © May 2010 DFASS/Retail Travel. Printed in the U.S.A.

Visit us at www.dfassgroup.com or aa.com and visit the duty free link. 10% Off Event is applicable at the time of your on board purchase. Look for the cart: Duty Free service is available on designated international flights. The Duty Free cart will not be taken down the aisle in First Class. The flight attendant will gladly assist all passengers with Duty Free shopping.

(1 carton = 200 cigarettes) **Domincan Republic: 1 liter must be produced in the Dominican Republic. ***Japan: Residents entitled to amounts above. Non-residents entitled to 400 cigarettes. Liquor not exceeding a total of 2.5 liters. † Spain: Duty free cigarettes are not allowed into Spain by law. †† Visitors from Non-European Communities are entitled to 400 cigarettes.

BRING HOME DUTY FREE SAVINGS WHEN YOU SHOP TODAY ON YOUR AMERICAN AIRLINES INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT. Your selections will be delivered right to your seat so you can take them with you when you leave the plane. All products are “duty free” and “tax free” up to the appropriate customs allowances, with significant savings on many prestigious brands! *Suggested US retail prices are the vendor’s recommended retails before applicable taxes. American Airlines flights into European Union (EU) countries are not impacted by the intra-EU duty free abolition. ALL duty and tax savings still apply on your international flight today!

SECURITY RESTRICTIONS FOR TRAVELING WITH LIQUIDS, AEROSOLS AND GELS (LAGS). Please be aware that the United States (TSA) and other countries have adopted measures limiting an air traveler’s possession of liquids, gels and aerosols in carry-on bags in the cabin. Such items include liquor, perfume, cologne, hand lotions and moisturizers. FLYING TO THE UNITED STATES: If you are connecting onto another flight to a destination in the U.S., you will need to pack these items in your checked luggage after you clear Customs. If you are connecting onto another international flight through an in-transit facility, you will not have access to your checked luggage. If you keep your purchases with you, TSA rules require that they must be in containers of 100 ml/100 g (3.4 oz.) or less, and must be placed, together with all other liquids/gels you have in your carry-on bag, in 1

Per FAA regulations, only alcohol served by a flight attendant may be consumed on board. Alcohol purchased through Duty Free may not be consumed on board. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, please contact us within one month (30 days) of your trip for a full refund. AA DUTY FREE CUSTOMER SERVICE 555 N.E. 185th Street, Miami, Florida 33179 Phone 1-888-388-9373 customerservice@dfassgroup.com

AMERICAN AIRLINES DELIVERS ON BOARD SAVINGS! IT IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU!

clear, re-usable plastic bag no larger than 1 quart. Otherwise, the items will be confiscated at the security checkpoint. DEPARTING FROM THE UNITED STATES: Effectiver February 19, 2010 passengers departing the US making connections to other destinations, the TSA requires that all Duty Free liquids, aerosols and gels 3 ounces/100 ml or more that are purchased onboard, must be sealed in a Secure Tamper-Evident Bag (STEB) with the receipt inside the bag in clear view. Not all stations participate in the STEB program. The STEB may not be opened until arrival at your final destination and all customs, immigration and security checkpoints have been cleared. If a STEB has been tampered with prior to clearance from all airport checkpoints, customers risk confiscation of their purchase. These regulations are subject to change.

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