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American Airlines EQD/EQM questions

American Airlines EQD/EQM questions

  1. zest_life

    I have already booked several flights for the next few weeks. I don’t recall how many EQD/EQM each of them gave me? Is there a way for me to track how many EQD/EQM I will earn for each of the flights I have booked? This is 1 week post booking and about 2 weeks before travel. I cannot find information in my ticket or I’m looking in the wrong place. Help needed, and clearly newbie based on my question!

  2. David W

    Did you book directly on American’s website and get a ticket confirmation? If you did, look on there to find base fare plus carrier imposed surcharges. The total of that is multiple by the EQD multiplier (5-11x) to get your EQD earnings [I]per ticket[/I]. Maximum EQDs earned [I]per ticket[/I] is 75.

    EQMs are based on actual flight distance multiplied by the EQM multiplier (0.5-3x) depending on fare class.

    The above applies to all American Airlines issued tickets.

    [URL]https://www.aa.com/i18n/travel-info/partner-airlines/american-airlines.jsp[/URL]

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