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What happened to LH and LX premium award space???

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Air france award availability on Delta -lax- ppt

Air france award availability on Delta -lax- ppt

  1. Anonymous

    Hello,
    I have been planning a trip to Tahiti using my delta miles. I have been searching for the last few weeks to see award availability, which there had been plenty for a year out. This weekend there is no longer any availability for the entire year. In fact when I search lax to ppt an error message occurs that says delta/ partner flights do not fly out of lax and to search a surrounding airport. Obviously they do fly out of lax. Do you have any idea why they no longer are showing lax to ppt flights on air france on their website.
    Lori

  2. Gaurav

    Lori, sounds like a glitch of some sort. Have you tried calling in to see if something is available or checked the AS tool?

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