Airlines Not Releasing Award Space On New Routes?

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    I love staying on top of new airline routes and aircraft changes, in part because I find new routes to be exciting, but mostly because they usually translate into a lot of award space. Typically once routes are loaded into the schedule, there's some amount of award space allocated as well. For example, in terms of aircraft changes, Japan Airlines recently announced that their San Francisco to Tokyo Haneda route would go from being operated by a 787 to being operated by a 777-300ER. This was hugely exciting news, given that they opened up two first class award seats on every single flight, even over peak travel dates. And it was good news even for passengers in business class, since the 787 features their old business class product, while their 777-300ER features their new business class product. The post Airlines Not Releasing Award Space On New Routes? appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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