8 Responses

  1. DaninMCI
    DaninMCI at |

    Maybe this is a war on America by BA and in turn IAG 🙂

  2. JA
    JA at |

    On AA flights to Canada, First class was coded as “Business, so it used to cost only 9,000 points which was a good deal when coach was unavailable.

  3. bryan
    bryan at |

    Is there a way to find out where i can go from LAX for 4500 before this expires?

    Thanks

  4. Denise
    Denise at |

    The good news for me, living and flying from COS, is only one route was available for 4,500 miles. Move up to the big city of Denver, and you lose 2 routes. Guess that’s why I’ve never really explored this option. Perhaps I could have used for positioning flights, etc. but have never had the need.

  5. abcx
    abcx at |

    UGH. Guess I better book NYC-CLT soon to visit the Smokies.

  6. Alan
    Alan at |

    Kinda inevitable given the sign-up bonuses they were offering in the USA although impacts on all of us.

  7. DaveS
    DaveS at |

    If they would only get rid of per-segment pricing, I’d see this as a logical adjustment. As it is, I’ll be going from hundreds of possible domestic routings where Avios are better than AA miles to just two – to ORD and DFW. And those barely count since if I’m not needing connection I’d probably fly Southwest to MDW or DAL anyway. This not only devalues Avios for me but also MR points, since that’s a transfer I often use.