Question about AA Choice Plus

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  1. dc_traveler
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    I've been a milepoint member for a while but I think this qualifies as a newbie question. I was wondering whether if I buy a one-way ticket from BNA-ORD-BWI using the Choice Plus option (which comes with Same Day Flight Change), whether I can try to get a same-day confirmed seat on BNA-DCA.

    Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated!
     
  2. dhammer53
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    Just thinking aloud. Wouldn't you more likely get an answer in the AA forum? Or does the Milepoint AA forum treat people the same way as the FT AA forum?
     
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  4. dc_traveler
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    Thanks for responses! I know that sometimes DCA, BWI, and IAD are treated as co-terminals but perhaps not for same-day changes.

    dhammer53, everyone on Milepoint has been very friendly but I figured better safe than sorry!
     
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    If this was FT the OP would have started with three paragraphs of "airline x is the worst, they hate passengers, the fa's and ga's are all evil etc etc etc" before getting to his question. Then the sheep would go on and on about how "yes, airline x is the worst in the world" before complaining that the op didnt use the search function and read the 2 threads on this very same topic from 6 years ago. :)


    I say this with my tongue planted firmly in my cheek.
     

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