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It’s been almost two weeks since it first appeared, and there’s still incredible space to get to Europe next summer in Business Class using American AAdvantage miles.
After months (years actually) of incredibly stingy award space on its own routes, American has opened up a flood of award space on its flights to London Heathrow, which opens up lots of easy connections to other European cities on British Airways.
These flights have no annoying fuel surcharges, and are available from just about every American Airlines hub next summer, even from the West Coast, for just 50,000 miles each way per person.
Here’s space from Los Angeles to London next July for at least 2 passengers traveling together…
From Dallas / Fort Worth…
With non stop flights available…
Miami is in on the action…
And of course, so is New York.
It’s feeling like this is a deliberate change by AAdvantage, but it could disappear any time, so it’s smart to book this space as quickly as you can. Getting to Europe during the summer for just 50,000 miles one way with no fuel surcharges is a great deal, and you should lock it in while the flights are plentiful.
With American AAdvantage miles you can change your flight dates free up to 21 days before departure, giving you lots of flexibility.
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