Double Points On American’s New LAX-ATL Service

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American Airlines has new nonstop service between Los Angeles International (LAX) and Hartsfield‑Jackson Atlanta International (ATL). Check out this email I received from American Airlines where you can earn double Business Extra points until April 15th when you fly on American between Los Angeles and Atlanta.

Beginning today, travelers will have more options when traveling between Los Angeles and Atlanta. We’re launching daily, nonstop flights between Los Angeles International (LAX) and Hartsfield‑Jackson Atlanta International (ATL).

Double Points On American’s New LAX-ATL Service

Double Points On American's New LAX-ATL Service

Convenient options for your travelers
  • Daily flight options – With three daily, nonstop flights, travelers can choose the flight that works best for them to make the most of their travel plans.
  • Admirals Club® lounges – Travelers can relax before or after their flight in our Admirals Club lounges in LAX or ATL, featuring complimentary Wi‑Fi, light snacks and beverages, charging stations and more. Visit aa.com/admiralsclub for eligibility information.
  • Convenient Terminal Location – While flying out Concourse T in ATL, the American ticket counter and check‑in kiosks are located close to the dedicated TSA Security Checkpoints and travelers can access their gate without taking a train.

Double Points On American's New LAX-ATL Service

Earn double points until April 15th

Your company can earn double Business Extra points when you travel on American between Los Angeles and Atlanta. Simply register using promotion code LAXATL15 and travel between March 5, and April 15, 2015 to earn double bonus points every time you fly.

American Business Extra

If you fly frequently for business, you probably make sure you earn your frequent flyer miles for every trip, but what about the company buying that ticket? With the Business ExtraSM program, the company can earn points toward valuable traveler awards while the employee continues to earn his or her AAdvantage miles. Enroll today to make sure your business is getting the most for its traveler spend.

Fine Print To qualify for the bonus offer, the company must be enrolled in the Business Extra program and register prior to travel using promotion code LAXATL15. Promotion is valid for travel on purchased, eligible fares ticketed on American Airlines 001 ticket stock for American Airlines operated flights between Atlanta (ATL) and Los Angeles (LAX). The qualifying purchased ticket excludes reservations booked using a Business Extra reward or frequent flyer reward. Offer valid for travel dates starting March 5, 2015 and ending April 15, 2015 and booked during the same period. Eligible itineraries will receive a bonus equivalent to 100% of the eligible base points earned for the segment between Atlanta (ATL) and Los Angeles (LAX). Bonus offer valid only on nonstop segments between ATL and LAX, and does not extend to connecting segments involving any other city pairs. The company’s Business Extra account number must be in the reservation to earn the bonus points.Promotional bonus points do not qualify for tickets submitted for retro-credit processing. Business Extra bonus points will be posted to the account within six to eight weeks after the offer ends.

Bottom Line

If your company has a American Business Extra account, you can earn double Business Extra points when you travel on American between Los Angeles and Atlanta. Register with promotion code LAXATL15 and travel between March 5, and April 15, 2015 to earn the double bonus points.

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The Weekly Flyer writes about travel from a business traveler perspective. He travels the world every week accumulating points and miles along the way.

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