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United ticketed flight to HNL, layover, Hawaiian flight LIH, 1st class benefits?

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LAX to ATH on Delta, “Upgrade Certificate not available for this flight”???

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Just 1 Non-Stop a Day JFK/DFW?

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What would you do?

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USVI to US

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Experiences from South Pacific in January

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First QR flight into KSA airspace in more than 3 years!!

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Transfer on 2 separate tickets

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Combining tickets

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  1. 7DrG14

    Hi,
    Im planning to use a multi city ticket in business and I wanted some inspiration. I’m going from LA to Paris and I want to really mix it up. I have elite status on AA and LH. I really want a very exiting out of the box route although I for sure want to stop in NYC.

  2. MarkS

    Typical domestic connection rules only allow 4 hour connections unless you are last in first out the next day. International connections give <24 hours and London/FRA/MUC would be your choices for AA/LH, possibly MAD on Iberia. Maybe some other routes on AA like MAN. Not sure what you are trying to accomplish. Assume you are talking about 1 award ticket. BA allows stopover in London more than 24 hours (but it's really 2 awards, LAX-LHR and LHR-CDG. Whose miles are you using for your ticket? I've been creative with UA on Europe overnight connections (FRA/CPH Overnight/ARN Overnight/LAX) but AA is harder.

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