Cadillac forges alliance with American Airlines to pave the way for a new shuttle service

Cadillac is on the verge of renewing and reaffirming itself as the top producer of luxury cars in the world as it made public its alliance with American Airlines. The deal will enable the two companies provide over-the-top airport transfer for the high-end passengers that have a lot of frequent flyer miles.

Three Cadillac models (the CTS, SRX, and Escalade) are tapped for this novelty program, as well as a caddy that will provide shuttle vehicles for passengers who are stuck with stiff flight schedule. This innovative program will be rolled out in October at the Los Angeles International Airport and will also be available in other airports such as in Dallas and Fort Worth in Texas and LaGuardia and John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York in the coming months.

Sorry to say though, that this program is reserved for the well-offs and those who are ConciergeKey members, and not for the middle-income and low-income earners; which implies that this program is exclusive for top passengers with plenty of frequent flyer miles across their names.

Nonetheless, there is one program that the average passengers can take advantage of and this is pouncing on the chance to test drive a sleek Cadillac at the nearest dealership. To avail for this opportunity one must earn 7,500 miles with American Airlines. The launching of this program is still not yet disclosed though.


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