Is SNA considered co-terminal with LAX for stopover at U.S. Gateway on AAdvantage Award?

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  1. Max M

    Max M Gold Member

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    I am curious as to whether SNA is considered co-terminal with LAX on award travel?

    In other words, could I book ORD-SNA [stopover] LAX-NRT on a single AAdvantage award?
     
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    BUR, SNA, ONT, LAX are all co-terminal so yes, assuming all other criteria are met you're good to go.
     
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    Max M Gold Member

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    Thanks skyvan!
     
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    system might not see it as a valid stopover/gateway, and might require manual override.
    You're welcome
     
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