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American and Qantas are improving passenger connection experience down under in Australia and New Zealand. Members can earn up to 20,000 American Airlines miles by flying a round-trip nonstop Qantas Airways operated flight. Pretty cool bonus considering Qantas is the only airline to fly the A380 between the US and Australia.
How To Register
- You can register for the promotion through this link
- Earn bonus miles flying Qantas operated flights to Australia / New Zealand
- Earn 20,000 bonus miles for First Class round-trip travel
- Earn 15,000 bonus miles for Business Class round-trip travel
- Earn 10,000 bonus miles for Premium Economy round-trip travel
- Earn 5,000 bonus miles for Economy round-trip travel
- Travel between April 19, 2012 and June 30, 2012
- Includes codeshare flights booked as an American Airlines flight and operated by Qantas Airways
Terms And Conditions
- AAdvantage bonus mileage offer is valid for round-trip travel on nonstop Qantas Airways operated flights between the U.S. and Australia from April 19, 2012 – June 30, 2012
- Includes travel on codeshare flights marketed by American Airlines
- This promotion is only valid for AAdvantage members who purchase and fly on published fare tickets that are eligible to earn AAdvantage miles
- Excludes fares beginning with N or Q on American Airlines marketed, and Qantas Airways marketed and operated flights
- More on earning AA miles on Qantas
If you are taking a trip down under, consider padding your American Advantage mile stash by flying Qantas with this bonus offer.
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