Changing Dividend Miles Awards After AAdvantage Takeover?

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    In late October of last year we found out the future of American AAdvantage and US Airways Dividend Miles. The news was overwhelmingly positive, given all the negative changes we've seen from other airlines lately. Perhaps the most interesting detail to members is that US Airways Dividend Miles will be merged into American AAdvantage sometime in the second quarter of 2015. While we don't have an exact date yet, this is when status between the two airlines will be fully reciprocal, when mileage totals will be combined, etc. 2015-AAdvantage With that in mind, I've received a ton of questions as to what happens to US Airways Dividend Miles awards when the program ceases to exist. It was just last year when US Airways transitioned from Star Alliance to oneworld, and that presented a challenge for award tickets. Basically, previously issued Star Alliance award tickets couldn't be changed to include oneworld segments. Instead you had to redeposit them entirely and rebook if you wanted any segments on oneworld. The post Changing Dividend Miles Awards After AAdvantage Takeover? appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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