updated 1/24/2008 3:40:54 PM ET 2008-01-24T20:40:54

American Airlines said it has upgraded its mobile Web site to let customers check in for flights and look at itineraries on their Web-enabled cell phones.

The airline said Thursday it would expand the service this spring to let customers book flights, change reservations and request upgrades from a Web-enabled device.

American said its Web site recognizes users of mobile devices and directs them to a mobile version of AA.com.

Content is more condensed than on the regular site for users of desktop or notebook computers, but it's designed to be navigated from a mobile device, the airline said.

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