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Earn Thousands of Bonus Miles by Shopping Online for Back to School Supplies

Anyone who follows these blogs knows that using online shopping portals is a great way to accelerate your miles and points earnings, and rack up thousands of bonus miles for purchasing things that you were planning to purchase anyway. You can earn 2, 3, 4, or even up to 10 or more bonus miles per dollar…

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JetBlue & FedEx Back Gulf Carriers, Could AA Ditch US3 & Join M. East Carriers?

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Both JetBlue and FedEx have come out in support of the Gulf carriers in the battle with the US3. JetBlue has partnerships with Emirates, Etihad, and Qatar, while Fedex is currently expanding a major hub operation in Dubai. JetBlue had this to say: “Just as the three U.S. legacy carriers currently alleging unfair subsidies have exhibited…

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AA Boeing 787s Coming to LAX for Shanghai (PVG) and São Paulo (GRU) Flights

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American Airlines announced via its employee Arrivals newsletter last Thursday that B787s are coming to LAX in November! “On Oct. 5 it will start flying between LAX and Shanghai (PVG) and on Nov. 5 we’ll begin flying the aircraft between LAX and São Paulo (GRU),” “We’ll load these flights into the system this weekend.” American…

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30 Second Check — Did Your Barclays 10K Anniversary Bonus Transfer To Your Red Aviator Card?

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For those with the old US Airways MasterCard that offered the awesome anniversary bonus, there has been some confusion as to whether or not this perk transferred to the new Red Aviator card. FlyerTalk member nall discovered a quick and easy way to confirm that your bonus transferred to the your new Red Aviator card.…

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Etihad Make Changes to Award Redemptions, Impact to AA Awards?

Etihad sent notice this morning that after a comprehensive review of their Etihad Guest loyalty program, they’ve essentially decided to introduce the equivalent of AAnytime awards, offering last seat availability for redemptions.  The new award level will be called OpenSeats. In addition, they are increasing the number of business class seats available at the low (GuestSeats)…

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