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International basic economy credit card checked baggage waiver on American / Finair

International basic economy credit card checked baggage waiver on American / Finair

  1. Anonymous

    I read that you can avoid American basic economy checked baggage restriction by having one of their co branded credit cards. Is that true on international transatlantic flights? I booked a cheap basic economy flight from Finair but on American metal and I’m not sure about the checked bag allowance for having their credit card

  2. Donna

    I do not believe the free checked bag benefit with the AA co-branded credit cards applies on International Itineraries in Basic Economy and you will probably get charged $60 to check a bag. You might want to phone AA and ask just to be 100% sure. I know AA recently changed the carryon rule, allowing two carryon items if that helps.

  3. MidSouthSkier

    Gia is correct, per the AA website: [URL][/URL]

    [I]*AAdvantage® credit cardmembers flying to / from Europe will pay a fee for checked bags[/I]

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