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A look at the latest American Airlines Domestic Widebody Schedule

I’m on vacation so I’ll keep this short (lucky for you!), American has released their latest domestic widebody schedule which is good through November 20, 2013. Now big surprises, but two changes: they added a third 777-200 flight between Miami and LAX, and summer widebody service between Chicago and Honolulu has dropped from the schedule.…

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American adds more domestic 777 service!

Another benefit of all those new Boeing 777-300s that American has been adding to their fleet is that it frees up some 777-200s that can be redeployed on other routes, including a few domestic ones. American updated their schedules over the weekend and a few new 777-200 domestic flights were added.  Even DFW is getting…

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Looking at the latest American Airlines Domestic Widebody Schedule

Here’s a look at the latest American Airlines domestic widebody schedule. Just a few changes from the previous one: • The 767-300 to/from Dallas and San Francisco is back • The 767-300 to/from Chicago and Honolulu has been discontinued • A 767-300 has been added to/from Los Angeles and Miami The 767 service between Los…

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Earn AAdvantage Miles on Bigger Planes: American adds more 767 Domestic Service

(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 if you like my AAdvantage Tip, please vote for it by giving it a high rating.  You’ll be helping me win 5,000…

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American Airlines adds more widebody aircraft to their domestic schedule

I’m traveling this week and missed posting the results of Monday’s random drawing. So to start today’s post, Congratulations to worldtraveller2: you’re the winner of the new Marcus Samuelsson spiced nut mix! Because more than 200 American Airlines pilots decided to retire during the 4th quarter of last year, American had to reduce the number…

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