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AA Systemwide Upgrade

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  1. JoshL2019

    Hi,

    I have several systemwide upgrades in my AA account right now, and I plan on using it later this year. I want to use my systemwide upgrades on a multi-city itinerary, but the ‘systemwide upgrades’ button that normally appear on a one-way or round trip ticket isn’t there when I tried booking the multi-city ticket. Am I allowed to use my systemwide upgrades on a multi-city ticket?

    Thanks in advance.

  2. OCTinPHL

    [QUOTE=”JoshL2019, post: 63935, member: 5477″]Hi,

    I have several systemwide upgrades in my AA account right now, and I plan on using it later this year. I want to use my systemwide upgrades on a multi-city itinerary, but the ‘systemwide upgrades’ button that normally appear on a one-way or round trip ticket isn’t there when I tried booking the multi-city ticket. Am I allowed to use my systemwide upgrades on a multi-city ticket?

    Thanks in advance.[/QUOTE]

    Hi Josh – yes. Each SWU is good for one-way travel of up to three segments. See:
    [URL]https://www.aa.com/i18n/aadvantage-program/miles/redeem/award-travel/systemwide-upgrades.jsp[/URL]

    I simply don’t know if AA’s search page shows the SWU availability link if only one leg has availability or if both legs must before it appears. Expert Flyer would definitely show availability for each leg.

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