Hey guys, I've been looking at booking a flight in July, flying from DC into Amsterdam and at the end of the trip,flying out of Stockholm. I found a perfect flight to Amsterdam from Wash, DC on delta (nonstop). However, don't have enough miles on Delta to book it round trip. So, I started looking at the american airlines options. From Stockholm, there was only one option... with a 30 hour flying time! Insane. I feel like I'm doing something wrong. I wouldn't mind getting a cheap flight from Stockholm to a better hub for AA and its partners but most of the searches I have done either show 1. no flights or 2. very long flights. The flight nonstop is about 8 hours I believe, and I've seen flights out there with a 10 hour duration with a stopover. But they aren't on AA or its partners airlines it seems. I've been mostly looking through AA's website, but also through British Airways and Quantas. Should I be looking elsewhere or calling AA on the phone to find availability of flights? Also thought about trading my AA miles for Delta miles through points.com. Thoughts? Bad idea? Good idea?