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Transcon Bonus: Earn up to 15k AAdvantage Miles between LAX – JFK

American’s new A321-T transcontinental service is set to launch January 7 and to promote the big event they’re offering bonus AAdvantage Miles for travel between JFK and Los Angeles: In celebration of our new Airbus A321 Transcontinental aircraft, flying early next year, we’re offering you the opportunity to earn up to 15,000 bonus miles for…

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Citi Executive AAdvantage Card becomes exclusive card to offer Admirals Club membership

Gary just shared the news that the American Express Admirals Club relationship is ending in March. Not coincidentally, American and Cit just announced an exclusivity agreement that will make the Citi Executive / AAdvantage World Elite Mastercard the only credit card to offer Admirals Club membership. From the press release: Citi and American Airlines today…

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Updated thru March 2014: Citi – AAdvantage Reduced Mileage Awards

Daydreaming about a long weekend someplace warm? A ski weekend? Or maybe you’re already thinking about Spring Break destinations? If you’re planning to use AAdvantage miles and also carry a Citi AAdvantage credit card in your wallet, then take a look at this just updated list of Citi – AAdvantage Reduced Mileage Awards destinations available…

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American’s incoming President discusses Product Alignment and Milestones

Scott Kirby is currently President of US Airways and is slated to become President of American after the merger. He recently gave an interview to reporter Jonathan Spira with Frequent Business Traveler and discussed a range of topics including milestones, and alignment of product. The alignment of product strategy and road map is probably the…

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American tops annual list of America’s Happiest Airlines for Holiday Travel

Each year CareerBliss.com publishes a list of the “Happiest Airlines For Holiday Travel” based on an analysis of thousands of job reviews written by airline employees. The winner? As reported by Jacquelyn Smith on Forbes.com: After three consecutive years on top, Southwest Airlines fell to No. 4 this year as American Airlines landed the No.…

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