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Does Aeroplan allow airport changes at a stopover point?
For example, is this a valid routing?
JFK-BUD (open-jaw return)
Yes, it should be valid. EWR/JFK/LGA are usually considered coterminals. You may have to use the code “NYC” instead of specifically EWR/JFK to get the routing you want to show up.
[QUOTE=”Andy 11235, post: 53889, member: 3494″]Yes, it should be valid. EWR/JFK/LGA are usually considered coterminals. You may have to use the code “NYC” instead of specifically EWR/JFK to get the routing you want to show up.[/QUOTE]
Have you successfully booked this? Using “NYC” in the search does not work.
Assuming you’ve checked that all individual segments have award availability, you may have to call. I’ve never booked complicated aeroplan itineraries.
Find award space for each individual segment and call Aeroplan to book. Not all programs will consider the NYC area airports co-terminals – for example, I dont believe AA does, when you change award tickets.
Note that you’re responsible for getting your bags and transportation between EWR and JFK.