Oneworld member-elect Alaska Airlines has announced the perks their members will be able to access once the airline will be a part one the alliance, apart from their recent partnership with Qatar Airways before the alliance even gets started. Not just that, American Airlines is upgrading some members too from Oneworld Sapphire to Emerald.
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American Airlines has just announced their return to the Indian market by the launch of a Seattle – Bengaluru flight, which will be launched in October 2020. Tickets go on sale in February 2020 itself.
American Airline’s probability of launching a flight to India has shot up again, with American having made some interesting announcements over the past few days, and having kept any Ultra Long Haul flights out of the ambit of these discussions. Here is what we know so far.
American Airlines pulled out of the Indian market in 2012. American Airlines seems to be is considering restarting flights to India but from a different hub this time.
American Airlines is currently offering some wonderful fares between India and Los Angeles. $650 for a round trip between Mumbai/Chennai and Los Angeles is a deal cheaper than economy class on those dates. Get one of these before they book away.
AAdvantage and JetPrivilege, the frequent flyer programs of American Airlines and Jet Airways, will be parting ways as of 2018. This means there is a limited window for a partnership to earn and burn miles. If you have a First Class trip you plan on Jet Airways, perhaps the time to redeem for it is now…
Get the popcorn, for Al-Baker has gone straight for the gut of the Americans. Qatar Airways has initiated process to try and get 10% of the shares of American Airlines from the open market. This could be an interesting case of a hostile seat on the board.
Shipra and myself just got back from a megatrip over 22 days, where we flew Singapore Airlines Suites Class, the Etihad Apartments, went to Los Angeles, Bora Bora, Las Vegas, Dallas, Washington D.C. and New York and had some amazing experiences.
This is a recap of the trip in pictures, while we get set to post an elaborate trip report for you, along with all the details!
American Airlines just released a new Facebook based challenge game, where for playing a game of trivia, which would take about 15 minutes, you get 700 miles posted to your AAdvantage account. If you choose to share with your online social circle, you get another 350 miles. And if you choose to fly American Airlines, US Airways and other oneworld partners during the duration of the challenge (which lasts up to May 23, 2014), you get up to 9000 bonus AA miles. You can find the details and follow the Facebook link from the American Airlines website here. Like you will see below, you get 50 miles for a lot of small activities each, and then you get bigger challenges…
Introduction Check-in: Celebrations Lounge, Terminal 2, Mumbai (BOM) Airborne: Flight EY205 (BOM-AUH), Etihad Airways, Pearl Business Class, Airbus A320-200 Check-in: Etihad First Class Lounge, Terminal 3, Abu Dhabi (AUH) Airborne: Flight EY101 (AUH-JFK), Etihad Airways, Diamond First Class, Airbus A340-600 Hotel Holiday Inn LaGuardia Airport, New York Check-in: Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge, Central Terminal, LaGuardia (LGA) Airborne: Flight UA343 (LGA-DEN), United Airlines, First, Boeing 757-200 Check-in: United Club West, Concourse B, Denver (DEN) Airborne: Flight UA4918 (DEN-COS), United Express, Economy, Dash 8-400 Cheyenne Resort, Colorado Springs Airborne: Flight AA1320 (DEN-DFW), American Airlines, First, Boeing MD-80 Airborne: Flight AA2493 (DFW-LAX), American Airlines, Coach, Boeing 757-200 Check-in: American Airlines/Qantas Flagship Lounge, Los Angeles (LAX) Airborne: Flight AA30 (LAX-JFK), American Airlines, Business,…
On my way back from the Boarding Area Conference (BACon) at Colorado Springs which ended today, I was booked on a very simple route to get to New York via Dallas/Fort Worth in the afternoon. If all would have been well, I’d have been on the East Coast by now, sleeping in a hotel room in Manhattan. However, it was not to be. Once we were seated on our slightly delayed flight, the captain informed us we had a flat tire on the plane, which could happen on landing at high altitude airports such as COS, and as such, they won’t be able to move before the tire was changed. The good news, he said was, they had a tire…