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Qantas JFK-LAX

Qantas JFK-LAX

  1. Anonymous

    I’m traveling JFK-BOS-LAX-MEL in a few months in F with the domestic legs on AA and the international on QF booked using AA miles. I’d much prefer a direct JFK-LAX and know that QF operates a flight on that route for those connecting to their flights from LAX. I can’t search for that flight by itself on aa.com but can if I use EF. My question is, if I find business class award inventory on EF for that segment (it’s a 744 with no F cabin), can I call AA and have them change me to that flight or will I have a married segment or some other problem? In other words, is AA going to be able to search for just that flight or are they going to require that both JFK-LAX and LAX-MEL be available at that time despite me being already booked LAX-MEL?

  2. Anonymous

    Yep, shouldn’t be an issue to add that segment. No need for married segment logic or anything. Good luck!

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