On recent American Airlines flights (within maybe past two years), their in-flight entertainment system has different languages you can choose. There are the common, expected, ones: English, French, Spanish, and Portuguese. However they also have "Kreyól ayisyen" aka Haitian Creole.
How come they included a relatively uncommon language, Creole? I've noticed this on various domestic and international flights, so it's not tailored per flight. I find it interesting, since they don't have other major languages like German, Russian, or even Chinese or Japanese.
What's the reason to include Creole? Is there a connection (no pun intended) between the airlines and the language specifically?