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  1. Tar_00

    Is it possible to redeem AA 500-mile certificates for upgrades on international flights on AA?

  2. David W

    [I][URL=’https://www.aa.com/i18n/AAdvantage/eliteStatus/upgrades/500mileUpgradesContent.jsp’]Upgrades on American are valid on American marketed and operated flights, within and between the U.S. (including Hawaii) and between the U.S. and Canada, Mexico, the Bahamas, the Caribbean, Bermuda and Central America (based on availability). Upgrades are valid from the Main Cabin to the next class of service.[/URL][/I]

  3. Jacob McCarthy

    [QUOTE=”David W, post: 16166, member: 29″][I][URL=’https://www.aa.com/i18n/AAdvantage/eliteStatus/upgrades/500mileUpgradesContent.jsp’]Upgrades on American are valid on American marketed and operated flights, within and between the U.S. (including Hawaii) and between the U.S. and Canada, Mexico, the Bahamas, the Caribbean, Bermuda and Central America (based on availability). Upgrades are valid from the Main Cabin to the next class of service.[/URL][/I][/QUOTE]
    kinda not related: is it true that United classifies “domestic” as just the United States, but American classifies it as almost all of North America? On my UA flight from ORD-YVR on UA on a domestic 737 in F I had United Club access like it was an international flight

  4. Gaurav

    [USER=104]@Jacob McCarthy[/USER] that is correct. UA spells it out [URL=’https://www.united.com/web/en-US/content/travel/airport/lounge/access.aspx’]here[/URL]: “An international itinerary includes travel to or from any destination outside the 50 United States. Travel to or from Canada, the Caribbean, Central America, Guam and Mexico are considered international itineraries for the purposes of United Club access.”

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