Tag Archives: American Airlines

American Airlines Stops Duty Free Sales on Flights

American Airlines has discontinued selling duty free items on select international flights, following a dispute with the company that handled their on board duty free sales. Delta airlines stopped their duty free service over the summer when they had a dispute with their vendor as well.

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American Airlines Merging US Airways Points on March 28

On March 28, American Airlines will begin moving Dividend Miles® members into the AAdvantage program. This transition to a single loyalty program will take several days. American Airlines will send more details about the benefits customers can expect as soon as everything has been completed.

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US Airways and American to Merge Miles

US Airways will be merging its mileage program, Dividend Miles® with the AAdvantage® program within the next 30 days. No miles will be lost in the merger process, but there will be a delay on the elite status due to the process.

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American Airlines Alerts Clients of Phishing Emails

American Airlines has found a new round of fraudulent emails or phishing emails has been identified. Their customers may receive one of these emails and contact the AA Reservations with any questions. If you receive one of these emails, delete them. AA does not solicit personal information from our customers through email.

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American Airlines to Fly 787 on Overseas Routes

American Airlines Group announced plans to fly its Boeing 787 Dreamliners from Dallas to Buenos Aires and Beijing. The fuel-efficient 787 will begin flying the two routes in June. American took delivery of its first 787 in January. The planes will have Wi-Fi and touch-screen in-flight entertainment systems, USB jacks and power outlets at every seat

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