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What happen with LH premium award availability?

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AMEX MR transferring to LifeMiles with 30+% bonus???

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Crazy for planning early June 2022 honeymoon now?

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British Airways Avios Awards online cancellation

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How to plan a specific trip and get the right points

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

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Recouping taxes if you fly thru LHR on award miles but don’t leave the terminal

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Disappearing Lifemiles awards

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Large Increases in Award Costs in Delta Skymiles

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Cashing in Ultimate Rewards Points Instead of Transferring Them – Am I Missing Something?

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Cathay pacific awards now found on american.com?

Cathay pacific awards now found on american.com?

  1. Anonymous

    Cathay pacific awards now found on american.com?

  2. rickyw

    Mmhmmm

    [URL]https://onemileatatime.com/book-cathay-pacific-awards-american-website/[/URL]

  3. OCTinPHL

    As Lucky’s post points out, you have to use the “old” search tool by clicking on Advanced / Multi-city Search. My understanding (perhaps mistaken) is that AA eventually wants to get rid of the old search engine in favor of the newer one which is identical (or is in appearance identical) to when searching by dollars and cents on AA.com. Apparently this move is desired to facilitate the move to dynamic award pricing. Anyone have any idea how AA is going to transition partner awards to the new tool?
    [USER=7]@Tiffany[/USER]? @anyone…

  4. RTBones

    Interesting. As someone based in the UK, my default engine comes up (naturally) as the UK AA website. I was able to search availability without needing switch tools, as the UK site comes up with the old tool by default. When I switch to the US site, results are different.

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