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AA to offer fares with ‘less frills’ to battle low-cost carriers like Spirit

AA to offer fares with ‘less frills’ to battle low-cost carriers like Spirit

  1. pman1892

    Just saw this news today:

    [URL]http://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/flights/todayinthesky/2015/10/23/american-airlines-less-frills-tickets-competition-ultra-low-cost-carriers-spirit-frontier-volaris-norwegian/74456604/[/URL]

    My question is, do we know what the implication will be for frequent flyers who book these fares? When Air Canada added this their cheap fares accrued significantly less qualifying miles and elites weren’t eligible for upgrades.

    For those of us who work for corporations that require booking the lowest fare I’m concerned that AA will no longer be a good option.

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