Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to British Airways and their midweek business class excursion round trip fares between paris (CDG), France and New York /JFK/EWR), USA.
Today, Delta Air Lines launched an elevated limited-time status match campaign for tier members from competing US airlines.
You can get equal or higher Medallion status with Delta through March 31, 2021, and a fast track offer to keep it until January 31, 2022.
American Airlines is offering a bonus for converting select hotel program points to miles until October 31, 2020.
AAdvantage members can earn a 25% bonus for conversions from World of Hyatt and IHG Rewards Club.
American Airlines today announced some temporary changes to its AAdvantage frequent-flier elite tier qualification in 2021.
AAdvantage members can qualify with fewer Elite Qualifying Miles (EQMs) and Elite Qualifying Dollars (EQDs) than usual, and all EQMs and EQDs earned from the flight activity in the fourth quarter of 2020 are rolled over to 2021 (they essentially count twice both for 2020 and 2021).
World Of Hyatt Fast Track For American Airlines AAdvantage Executive Platinum Members (Sign Up By October 2)
American Airlines and Hyatt launched reciprocal benefits for each other’s elite members and various fast tracks, and instant status matches the other year.
The program works the best for those that are elite members with both AAdvantage and World of Hyatt that then allows members to each both miles and points for AA flights and Hyatt stays (essentially double-dipping).
American Airlines has launched an AAdvantage promotion to get members to redeem their miles for travel October 1 – 31, 2020.
AAdvantage members can get 250 miles rebate for each award segment they fly for up to eight segments and 2,000 miles. You must register by October 7.
World of Hyatt and American Airlines launched reciprocal benefits and the ability to earn both points and miles for stays and flights (if you are an elite with Hyatt and AA) the other year.
Now, World of Hyatt has launched a bonus offer for American Airlines AAdvantage members who can earn triple miles (in addition to the World of Hyatt points and bonuses) for stays September 22 – December 31, 2020.
American Airlines has a Business Extra program that rewards companies whose employees fly on select airlines.
Previously only flights with American Airlines, British Airways, and Iberia have been eligible for Business Extra points, but now Japan Airlines with affiliates have joined it.
American Airlines had a system vulnerability that allowed you to buy a gift card that you used to purchase an airline ticket, and then refund the gift card purchase back to the credit card while using the airline ticket.
Mr. William Joseph “Billy” Schwarze implied to his friends & family that he was running an elite travel agency who purchased tickets from Mr. Schwarze. He bought tickets worth more than $160K using this fraudulent method.
American Airlines has launched a new offer to buy AAdvantage miles with up to 100,000 bonus miles through September 30, 2020.
The number of miles a member can buy before any bonuses are capped at 150,000 per calendar year, and the account that purchases or receives the miles must have been open for a minimum of 30 days.
American Airlines Eliminates Change Fees + Changes To Basic Economy (No Longer Elite Qualifying Effective January 1, 2021)
American Airlines is today rolling out its change fee waiver with a twist (you can get a voucher for residual value unlike with Delta and United) and some “enhancements” both negative and positive to Basic Economy-fares.
Elite members will get their benefits such as upgrades and preferred seating, even when on Basic Economy. This fare class becomes ineligible for elite qualifying dollars, miles, and segments effective January 1, 2021.
Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to American Airlines and their first class sell-up one way non-refundable fares between Chicago (ORD) and San Francisco (SFO), USA. This fare is also being matched by Alaska Airlines.