Codeshare agreement

Codeshare, 50% More Redeemable Miles For Select US Airways & American Airlines Flights

American and US Airways seem to be working quickly to consolidate operations.  They’ve announced a limited amount of codeshare flights between the two airlines that are bookable now for travel starting on January 23rd.   They’re also offering 50% more redeemable miles if you’re an AAdvantage member who flies US Airways and credits those flights to AAdvantage through March 2, 2014.  You do need to register though, which can be done at the above link or from the AA home page using code AAUSM.   This is a good sign for […]

News And Notes For Saturday, August 17th, 2013

Delta is raising the price of international award tickets again.  As View From The Wing points out, these are not small increases.  25% more miles for some of the common routes, like US to Europe, is “gulp” worthy. Were you one of the lucky folks who got in on this awesome “mistake” status challenge offer from American Airlines before it went away?  If not, it’s just another good reason to keep an eye on Milepoint for travel secrets you won’t find every day. Or, on a more somber note, were you […]

American Expanding It’s Codeshare With Cape Air, Too

After posting just a couple hours ago about American expanding its codeshare relationship with Alaska Airlines, I ran across a piece of news about expanding codesharing in the Caribbean. American has been slowly pulling out of the Caribbean, consolidating its flights out of Miami instead of splitting them between Miami and San Juan, Puerto Rico.  Now, there’s an announcement that Cape Air will essentially take over that business from American and codeshare with them on it.  It’s not that Cape Air is taking American’s customers, but American has moved from […]