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Discussion in 'American Airlines | AAdvantage' started by brodyf, Aug 6, 2015.
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I don't think this is quite right. Changes are a comin', but this seems to be incomplete at best. We know it's going to be either harder to qualify or less rewarding (or both) to fly. But, this seems too half baked given all the other info in evidence.
I hope you're right. I've qualified too many years at 105-110. Even that is a lot of work. This year I've already qualified and I'll likely hit 150-170 EQM. but I don't want to live like this year after year...
Well, I'm not saying 120K is out of the question. They're going to do something. But, I still think it's unlikely the plans are forged in steel. They don't need to be. It's unlikely they're not making changes to the 2016 qualification requirements at this point, so they can wait a bit longer and read the tea leaves. I would guess there are some plans written out and modeled, and maybe even tech being written to support them (and possibly multiple paths).
And now, the same thread in stereo!
PS: No, it's not. #SavedYouTwoClicks.
And there I thought it was the beer...
You gotta lay off that Miller stuff.
Happy International Beer Day to you, too.
(to the best of my knowledge, I have never had a Miller)
I thought it was the Champagne of Beers. Does that mean Krug is the Miller of Champagnes?