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Crediting AA flights to AS

Crediting AA flights to AS

  1. Flash

    I am flying next week from SFO to Barcelona on AA through JFK. I see that domestic AA flights cannot be credited to AS program, but since this is ticketed SFO-BCN, can the SFO-JFK segment be credited to AS?

  2. MidSouthSkier

    Welcome [USER=4910]@Flash[/USER] – you can credit that leg to AS, you just won’t earn any miles. I’d credit that leg to AA (or somewhere else useful) and when you get to JFK ask the gate (or lounge) agent to change your FF number to you Mileage Plan number.

  3. Flash

    [QUOTE=”MidSouth Skier, post: 62237, member: 184″]Welcome [USER=4910]@Flash[/USER] – you can credit that leg to AS, you just won’t earn any miles. I’d credit that leg to AA (or somewhere else useful) and when you get to JFK ask the gate (or lounge) agent to change your FF number to you Mileage Plan number.[/QUOTE]
    Thanks! Very helpful advice!

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