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American Airlines has launched a new offer, where American AAdvantage members can earn double miles on flights to Asia from now through December 15, 2015. Some cities include Beijing, Hong Kong, Seoul, Shanghai and Tokyo.
American Airlines and Japan Airlines flights
Dates: September 9 – December 15, 2015
Offer: Earn double bonus AAdvantage miles when you fly nonstop on American Airlines or Japan Airlines between North America and Asia on purchased, published First Class, Business Class and selected Economy Class fares* for travel between September 9 and December 15, 2015.
*Includes Economy Class fares booked in Y, B or H on American Airlines marketed or operated flights; and Economy Class fares booked in W, E, Y, B or H on Japan Airlines marketed or operated flights.
Terms and Conditions:
The AAdvantage double miles offer only applies to AAdvantage members who purchase and fly on eligible, published First and Business Class fares booked in F, A, P, J, R, D or I; Economy Class fares booked in Y, B or H on American Airlines or US Airways marketed flights; First and Business Class fares booked in F, A, J, C, D, X or I; Economy Class fares booked in W, E, Y, B or H on Japan Airlines marketed flights. Eligible flights include non-stop flights between North America and Asia between September 9 and December 15, 2015. Flights marketed or operated by other codeshare partners are not eligible for this promotion. Bonus miles do not count toward elite status qualification or AAdvantage Million Miler status. Double miles will be calculated at 100% of the base miles earned. Registration prior to travel is required using Promotion Code ASIA4.
Be sure to register for this offer if you have upcoming travel plans to Asia. American has offered similar type promotions in the past, so I’m not all that surprised by this, but it’s a good offer nonetheless.
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