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Upgraded: AA.com – You can book more AAdvantage Partner Awards Online

(Shameless plug – don’t forget to vote in American’s AAdvantage Tips Facebook contest for a chance to win 5,000 AAdvantage Miles.  You can also vote for your favorite Expert Tip (I’m participating) and help me win some miles to give away on the blog and to donate to AA’s Miles for Kids. Speaking of AAdvantage…

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oneworld update: MegaDo Contest, LAN Sweepstakes, JAL & British Airways Premium Economy news

This will probably be the busiest travel week of the year.  I was at DFW yesterday and it was already pretty busy.  Fortunately, though, I was’t traveling. I was just dropping someone off at the airport. I have a friend from Sydney that was in town for a week on business. He usually travels to…

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Midweek News Roundup: AAdvantage gets graded, British Airways gives a discount, Win a trip to London, Travel the world for Finnair

I just finished up some back to back travel, so Tuesday morning I signed in at AA.com to see if the AAdvantage Miles had posted to my account (they did) and out of habit I clicked the “My Reservations” tab and found this: You do not have any current reservations. It’s been awhile since I…

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Big AAdvantage Bonus offer of more than 100,000 miles for Premium and Full Fare Trans-Atlantic Travel

Here’s a big offer from American that will make a few travelers very happy: American Airlines is offering members of the AAdvantage program a new opportunity to quickly earn tens of thousands of AAdvantage bonus miles for round-trip trans-Atlantic travel on American Airlines and fellow oneworld alliance members British Airways and Iberia. To qualify for…

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Tired of perfect weather? Fly non-stop from San Diego to London and earn Double AAdvantage Miles

Beginning June 1, 2011 oneworld member and American Airlines partner British Airways will begin daily, non-stop service between San Diego and London’s Heathrow airport.   To promote this new route they offering Double AAdvantage Miles through August 31. Airline: British Airways Award: Double Miles Bonus Code: SANBA Dates: Travel between June 1, 2011 and August…

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What’s better than earning up to 20,000 bonus AAdvantage Miles? How about winning 1 Million AAdvantage Miles

American, Iberia and British Airways are more than just oneworld partners, they’re Bestest Buddies over the Atlantic now and to kick off their co-ordinated schedules, they’re offering bonus miles and a chance to win 1 million AAdvantage Miles. American Airlines, British Airways and Iberia, members of the oneworld alliance, have expanded the number of routes…

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American Airlines, British Airways and Iberia expand codeshare. Now you can earn more AAdvantage miles on even more flights

American Airlines, British Airways & Iberia CEOs @ Press conference photo credit American Airlines on Flickr I’ve been gone for few days (the holidays and all) but it’s been a slow news week on the AAdvantage milage front. The joint business agreement that American, BA and Iberia announced back in the fall has been expanded…

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Membership discount and a video tour of the new American Airlines and British Airways joint Admirals Club in Denver

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1TUL8cfCijw American Airlines and British Airways just opened their first jointly operated Admirals Club in Denver.  The renovated club will employ both AA and BA premium service representatives. Here’s what they say in the press release: “The joint lounge in Denver is another way AA and BA are providing more seamless customer service as part…

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American Airlines explains how their partnership with British Airways will affect the AAdvantage program

After 13 years of trying, American Airlines and British Airways finally got regulatory approval to create a Trans-Atlantic Cooperation Alliance that will allow them to co-ordinate their schedules, co-market trans-Atlantic travel, and better integrate their frequent flyer programs. Before approval, American was allowed sell tickets for flights connecting to BA flights in London as their…

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