American Airlines Becomes First U.S. Airline to Launch Daily Nonstop Service Between LAX/Shanghai

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    http://www.traveljam.com/article53848.html

    American Airlines and its regional affiliate American Eagle today launched a significant service expansion from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) with 10 new destinations, including new daily nonstop service to Shanghai. American is the first U.S. airline to offer daily nonstop service from Los Angeles to Shanghai, the largest U.S.-China air travel market.

    The new service is part of a series of recent and upcoming flights, as well as improved schedules, between the United Statesand global destinations that are being delivered by American and its fellow oneworld® Alliance partners British Airways and Iberia Airlines.

    To celebrate the Los Angeles service expansion, American is offering customers the opportunity to earn triple AAdvantage miles by flying on a purchased First Class or Business Class fare on LAX-Shanghai, adding up to more than 20,000 miles for a one-way trip. Customers who fly on a purchased LAX-Shanghai Economy Class fare can earn double AAdvantage miles. The bonus miles offer is valid for travel between April 5 and June 30. Customers can also earn double AAdvantage miles for travel on any of American Eagle's nine new domestic routes to and from Los Angeles. Registration prior to travel is required. Register and learn more at www.aa.com/morelax.
     
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    Posted 6 weeks ago here. Follow links on that post to here.
     
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    Sorry, apparently I did not search well enough today. I will ask for deletion.
     

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