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aus-phx-anc qualifies for AA busines class long flight bonus

aus-phx-anc qualifies for AA busines class long flight bonus

  1. Anonymous

    I stumbled upon this by accident last week. I flew from aus-phx-anc on a paid business class fare. At first I thought it was just random that I was on the exact same a319 on my second leg, but then noticed it had the same flight number AA653. After completing my inbound trip I noticed that it had qualified for the long class bonus (12k miles being a EP), gc map confirmed that both legs equaled over 3,000 miles. I have since been trying to find other similar flights but have had no luck. The only ones I find are all former us air routes and through us air hubs, but no others I can find go over 3,000 miles. I just wanted to share this nice surprise with everyone.

  2. Gaurav

    DanA, thanks for sharing. I’ve never heard about this long class bonus. Care to elaborate?

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