British Airways is having a campaign for bonus Avios for all British Airways flights and transatlantic flights on American Airlines, Iberia, and OpenSkies. The number of bonus Avios you can earn is dependent of the class of service and whether it is a short or long-haul flight. American Airlines has somewhat similar offer but only for transatlantic flights.
This offer is valid for flights between September 1 and December 16 that were ticketed after August 16, 2012. You need to register for this promotion.
You should consider whether it makes sense for you to take advantage of the offer from American or from British Airways. I guess that you could credit some of the flights i.e. European feeders to BA while crediting the transatlantic ones to AA.
Thing to note here is that this promotion is only eligible for higher economy fares, business and first class. If you are flying in lower economy fares, this offer probably won’t yield you anything.
Here are the terms and conditions of this offer:
1Booking period: 16 August – 16 December 2012
Travel period: 1 September – 16 December 2012
2 Eligible cabins and booking classes are: British Airways First (F, A), Club World (J, C, D, R, I), Club Europe (J, C, D, R, I), Comair Club (J,C,D,R), Euro Traveller / Comair Traveller (Y, B, H); OpenSkies Biz Bed (J, C, D, R, I), Prem Plus (W, E, T); American Airlines First (F, A), Business (J, D, R, I); Iberia Business (J, C, D, R, I)
3 Valid on (i) British Airways operated and marketed flights (please see full terms and conditions for exceptions). (ii) BA operated and AA or IB marketed or AA or IB operated and BA marketed transatlantic flights that are part of our joint business with American Airlines and Iberia. This includes flights on routes between the EU /Norway / Switzerland and the US / Canada /Mexico / Puerto Rico. (iii) OpenSkies services with BA or EC prefix from Paris Orly to Newark (iv) BA marketed flights operated by Qantas, Comair or bmi.
A Qualifying Flight is a single sector flight between the point of departure and final destination with no scheduled change of aircraft. A direct return flight counts as 2 sectors.
4 A longhaul trip consists of 2 shorthaul sectors in Club Europe and 2 longhaul sectors in Club World or First for flights via London (for example Rome-London Heathrow-Chicago-London Heathrow-Rome); or 2 longhaul sectors in First or Business Class for direct flights with American Airlines or Iberia between the EU (excluding London), Norway & Switzerland and the US, Canada, Mexico & Puerto Rico (for example Helsinki-Chicago-Helsinki); or 2 longhaul sectors in OpenSkies Biz Bed cabin for direct flights between Paris Orly and Newark. If the journey starts in London, corresponding bonus Avios for short haul sectors will be deducted from longhaul bonus for the missing feeder flights (ie: member traveling from London to New York will only be awarded with 30,000 Avios on the first return trip)