If you’re an Executive Platinum member with expiring systemwide upgrades, you might have one more bite at the apple.
There are reports that American Airlines fixed a system glitch that was preventing elite members from receiving complimentary upgrades before they reached the airport. But, is it really fixed?
It’s got to be a positive when American Airlines keeps announcing new international service. First, there was Sydney. Then Haneda and now Aukland. I’ll hope there’s more, but I openly wonder how things shake out with what’s announced so far?
I was pretty pumped when American Airlines made an announcement earlier this week about their 2015 program. In case you missed it, you can see my post about it here. A quick summary: Domestic upgrades stay mostly the same for American elites, with the exception that upgrades on flights less than 500 miles are now free. The American Airlines program will maintain 3 levels (Gold, Platinum and Executive Platinum) with virtually the same qualifications as before, with the exception of needing 120 segments to get to Executive Platinum. No changes to […]
Apologies for the lack of posts over the past few days. I had minor surgery on my elbow Wednesday, so I’m typing one-handed with my left hand (and I’m a righty). Someone with more free time might have gotten a bunch of posts written ahead of time. That would have been smart, but alas, that’s not what happened. I’m away from home for the day which means I also can’t complete the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from Randy Petersen until tomorrow when I have the big goofy plastic cover to […]