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Booking an AA award with Co-Terminal Connection?

Booking an AA award with Co-Terminal Connection?

  1. Anonymous

    Trying to put together an award and wondering if anyone has experience with this. Will AA allow a connection with co-terminals? For example, ATL-LGA on AA, then JFK-HKG on CX. Not sure if this breaks routing rules. Thanks!

  2. Daniel B

    Several times in the past few years I had the following award tickets on AA:
    BNA-LGA on AA, then JFK-HKG on CX. Then on the return: HKG-JFK on CX, then LGA-BNA on AA. Never had a problem with those.

  3. Gaurav

    As Daniel says it should work fine. I’ve had to do LGA-JFK and DCA-IAD a few times to make things work. You just need to leave yourself enough time to make the connections.

  4. David W

    That should be fine, since it’s changing airports at the connection point – just make sure you leave enough time. LGA-JFK isnt exactly fast or easy. Uber/Lyft/Via/taxi is best.

    What AA doesnt consider co-terminals is when NYC is your origin or destination. If youre booked with JFK as the origin or destination and change to a flight that gets you into LGA, that’s a different destination and requires a change fee. **rolls eyes**

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