Jetnet.aa.com is an interesting site in the sense that it is one of those websites in which you can do absolutely nothing, unless you first go through a login process. This is just as well, seeing that this is a site bearing personal employee (and business contractor) information for people who either work for or do business with American Airlines and American Eagle. So it is, in a nutshell, a site that contains ‘insider information.’ It is not a site meant for public access. Against that background, it makes sense for it to be a site that can only be used by people who are logged in. By managing to log in, the said people prove that they are members of the American Airlines and American Eagle family, and they can thus get the insider information carried in jetnet.aa.com.
Login credentials required at jetnet.aa.com
Two login credentials are required, to login at jetnet.aa.com. The first of those is the user ID. The second one is the password. Both of these are created by the American Eagle or American Airline employee/contractor at the time when he or she uses the site for the first time.
To guard against ‘outsiders’ going ahead to create such user IDs, you notice that in the process of creating them, the very first step is that of providing an employee or contractor number. Then there are steps to ensure that you are actually the person to whom that number actually belongs. So it is a foolproof system of ensuring that only people who are bona fide associates of either American Airlines or American Eagle create accounts. In the final analysis though, the login credentials required at the jetnet.aa.com login page are the username and the password.
The login procedure followed at jetnet.aa.com
The login procedure starts with accessing the login page, at jetnet.aa.com. Then you (as an authorized person) just need to enter the user ID and the password, and then click on ‘log in’ button to access the site.
Understanding the expiry of login sessions
Jetnet.aa.com turns out to be one of those sites with a system for ‘timing out’ when one remains inactive or a long period of time, while logged in. If your session times out, you have to sign in again, to use the services at jetnet.aa.com.
Login help available at jetnet.aa.com
Login help is available, at jetnet.aa.com, for folks who happen to forget their passwords. Login help is also available for folks whose accounts get locked, though these have to contact the helpdesk if they are to get their accounts unlocked/reactivated.