American Airlines is adding new routes to Latin American, including Los Angeles to Buenos Aires, Argentina. That means more places for you to redeem miles and without hefty fuel surcharges like flights via London.
It’s finally time to fly an American Airlines 787. Ever since I took off on the inaugural 787 Dreamliner flight from the US to Tokyo, I’ve been excited for the day my favorite airline starts flying the 787. American has officially announced their initial routes, all of which go on sale tomorrow, February 14th: Similar to United, American plans to fly their 787s between domestic hubs for a month or so to work out the kinks. In this instance, American Airlines will begin twice daily service between DFW and ORD […]
There seems to be some clarity on exactly how American Airlines will handle restrictions for ticket sales in Argentina. I received the following information that was sent by American Airlines to ticket agents today: Argentina Point of Sale Restrictions September 26, 2014 American Airlines has implemented sales restrictions for Argentina point-of-sale on our flights to/from Buenos Aires (EZE), Argentina. These sales restrictions do not apply to point-of-sale outside of Argentina. Reservations can still be made or ticketed for travel on American and American codeshare (AA*/OA) flights for departures prior to: […]
South America has been a little bit of a money pit for the airlines lately when you consider that they have tons of cash tied up in Venezuela that the country won’t release. Enter Buenos Aires, where the government is accusing American Airlines (and others) of launching attacks on their currency. And today, I have an unconfirmed rumor from employees at both American Airlines and Delta that American Airlines will stop flying to Buenos Aires (EZE) on December 1st of this year. Delta is rumored to be considering the same […]