Now, frequent flier members from AAdvantage and TrueBlue can earn, albeit not yet redeem, miles on both airlines. Previously, the mileage earning was limited only to codeshare flights. There is still not a word about the upcoming reciprocal elite benefits.
AAdvantage member earnings on JetBlue flights:
Note that upcoming transatlantic flights on JetBlue are excluded from earning any miles on the AAdvantage program.
- AAdvantage® member – 5 miles for every U.S. dollar
- Gold member – 7 miles/U.S. dollar (40% bonus)
- Platinum member – 8 miles/U.S. dollar (60% bonus)
- Platinum Pro member – 9 miles/U.S. dollar (80% bonus)
- Executive Platinum member – 11 miles/U.S. dollar (120% bonus)
There is a maximum of 75,000 AAdvantage miles that be earned per ticket.
Elite Qualifying Miles
JetBlue member earnings on AA flights:
The JetBlue app or website and JetBlue credit card bonuses are only applicable for AA flights booked on JetBlue’s website.
Many must be waiting to use their AAdvantage miles on JetBlue flights and vice versa, and possible elite status benefits that are yet to be announced.
American has a West Coast partnership with fellow Oneworld member, Alaska, and this Northeast one with JetBlue, a non-aligned airline.