American Flights now showing up with award points

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  1. enichols22124

    enichols22124 Silver Member

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    I don't think all the cities are showing up yet (I tried some international cities, but only received errors), but now when you book with Award points, you can see that you can use them on American flights starting today. It will look a little different, showing High and Low for Economy and Envoy, pretty cool to see though, the integration has started.

    I did a test run by trying to book where I knew there was no US Airways (Aspen Colorado), and it popped up with the AA flights.
     
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    kellio Gold Member

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    Has anyone seen AA revenue flights on usairways.com?

    I can see the US rev flights on aa.com.
     
  3. Wandering Aramean
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    I saw MAN-JFK on usair.com earlier so some international flights are there.

    Apparently it was relatively easy to get the partner airline integrated. Makes you wonder why they never bothered with all the other partners they've had over the years. :rolleyes:
     
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    Does it really? ;)
     
  5. joelfreak
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    I can only see Y seats on a flight that AA has C available for...so it seems like they are doing some capacity control.
     

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