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Sep. 21st, 2010

Take 10% off all aa.com vacation

ake 10% off all aa.com vacations. All hotels, rental cars and activities — you’ll save 10% automatically. You’ll also receive any additional bonus savings, such as up to 50% off hotels, free nights, free upgrades and much more. Don’t miss this exclusive limited-time offer from American Airlines Vacations! You must book by October 10, 2010 (10% off before 10/10/10, get it?), but you have from January 1 until August 31, 2011 to travel.


Jul. 26th, 2010

Earn AAdvantage bonus miles for nonstop travel between New York/JFK and Zurich

Earn AAdvantage® bonus miles for nonstop travel between New York/JFK and Zurich. Promotion Code:
ZRHTP, Register today by selecting the red REGISTER button at http://aa.com.

Travel between May 28, 2010, and September 30, 2010

Earn up to triple miles the next time you fly on AA between New York/JFK and Zurich. Just register prior to travel and fly between May 28, 2010 and September 30, 2010. See below chart for details:

Nonstop Travel Between New York (JFK) and Zurich
Business Class fares
(booked in J, D, I and R)
Economy Class fares
(booked in Y, B, H, K, M, L, V and S)
Triple Miles
Double Miles

Just one round-trip in Business Class will really add up with this bonus mile offer! See the example below:

One Roundtrip Between New York/JFK and Zurich in Business Class

Base Miles7,862
Business Class 25% Bonus1,967
Triple Mile Bonus15,724
Total Miles Earned25,553

Terms and Conditions:
AAdvantage bonus mile offer is valid on American Airlines marketed and operated nonstop flights between New York (JFK) and Zurich, Switzerland (ZRH), May 28, 2010, through September 30, 2010. Offer applies only to AAdvantage members who purchase and fly on eligible published fare tickets booked in J, D, I, R, Y, B, H, K, M, L, V and S. Flights operated by our codeshare partners are not eligible for this promotion. Bonus miles will be awarded based on the booking class purchased and do not count toward elite status qualification. Registration prior to travel is required.

May. 14th, 2009

50,000 Bonus Miles From/To The UK with promotion code

Fly American Airlines from the U.S. to the UK and earn thousands of AAdvantage bonus miles every time you fly. When you fly round trip on an eligible ticket in First Class or Business Class between the U.S. and the UK, you'll earn 50,000 bonus miles. Travel round trip in select Economy Class fares, and you'll earn 25,000 bonus miles.

Book your qualifying ticket before June 30, 2009.
Register before your trip using promotion code UK50K.
Complete your travel by June 30, 2009.

AA promotion code for AAdvantage bonus miles

Dec. 7th, 2008

American Airlines announces fare sale

American Airlines (NYSE:AMR) and its regional affiliate American Eagle have announced a sale on fares to destinations in the Caribbean, the Bahamas, Mexico and Bermuda.

The sale is valid on travel between 2 September and 10 December 2008.

Sale tickets are available for purchase until 31 July.

American Airlines объявляет распродажу на своих рейсах

В распродаже авиабилетов участвуют города:
Бостон, Нью-Йорк, Чикаго, Филадельфия, Вашингтон, Даллас, Детройт, Майами, Хьюстон, Сан-Франциско, Лас-Вегас, Лос-Анджелес, Орландо, Сиэтл, Денвер, Денвер, Солт-Лейк-Сити.

Купить авиабилет можно: до 24 декабря 2008 года.
Период полетов: 24 декабря - 26 марта 2009 года.
Дата последнего возвращения: 26 марта 2009 года.

Цена от 325 до 625 евро.

Mexico Flight Deals For 2008

t's not too late for a trip to Mexico in 2008! Now is the perfect time get out of town! Whether you prefer relaxation or adventure for your holidays, you are sure to find it in Mexico. Purchase your ticket by December 18, 2008, and travel outbound through February 26, 2009, and return by March 2, 2009, to enjoy these low fares!

Sample fares shown are each way, based on round-trip purchase and are just a few of the many great fares available from select cities throughout the U.S. to fantastic destinations in Mexico.

Tampa (TPA)
 Cancun (CUN)
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 Los Angeles (LAX)
 Los Cabos (SJD)
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 Kansas City (MCI)
 Puerto Vallarta (PVR)
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 Denver (DEN)
 Cozumel (CZM)
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 Washington, DC (DCA)
 Los Cabos (SJD)
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 Newark (EWR)
 Guadalajara (GDL)
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 Austin (AUS)
 Acapulco (ACA)
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 San Diego (SAN)
 Mexico City (MEX)
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 Miami (MIA)
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American Airlines Now Charging Fees To Non-Passengers

Cash-strapped American Airlines announced a new series of fees this week that will apply to all customers not currently flying, scheduled to fly, or even thinking about flying aboard the commercial carrier.

The fees, the latest introduced by American Airlines in a continuing effort to combat its financial woes, will take effect on Monday. According to company officials, these charges will include a $25 tax on citizens traveling with any other airline, as well as a mandatory $30 surcharge for passengers who decide to just stay home for the holidays instead.

"Tough times unfortunately mean tough measures," American Airlines president Gerard Arpey said. "It's never an easy decision to ask our loyal customers, as well as thousands of people chosen at random out of a telephone book, to pay a little extra, but that's just the reality of today's economic climate. We hope all Americans will understand this when receiving one of our new bills in the mail."

Arpey said that non-passengers of American Airlines should expect to pay a small fee when making Greyhound bus reservations, choosing to drive to their final destination, or simply being a citizen of the United States with a valid Social Security number.

Arpey went on to note that some additional charges would also apply, including a $15 fee for every piece of luggage customers have inside their bedroom closet, and a one-time payment of $40 for any American whose name is Greg.

"We are confident that these new measures will not discourage customers from flying with American Airlines," vice president Margaret Wilkinson said. "However, we'd like to remind our customers that there is a 'discouraged-from-flying-with-American-Airlines' charge if they do in fact choose not to fly with us."

American Airlines, which posted a $1.45 billion loss in the second quarter of 2008 alone, claimed that the new fees—including the Taking A Shower Fee, the Knowing What An Airplane Looks Like Fee, and the Eating E.L. Fudge Cookies While Watching A Rerun Of House Fee—will help the company rebound. According to internal projections, the airline will recoup $500 million in the next three months alone, with nearly 80 percent of that revenue coming from citizens asleep at home.

"Watching television last night cost me $250," said Baltimore resident Michael Peterson, one of many Americans now forced to pay high airline costs for folding their laundry and going to the ophthalmologist. "It's ridiculous, but what can you do? I guess that's just the price of not flying these days."

"American Airlines charged me for cleaning out my attic," said 74-year-old Samantha Pratt, a New Jersey resident who has not left the state since 2005. "Sure, I didn't have to wait in any long lines, or go through invasive security searches, and I got to clean out my attic, which is something I've been wanting to do for weeks, but come on now."

May. 12th, 2008

10% discount on any vacation package

Coupon Code: TAX10

10% discount on any vacation package (excluding Sandals and Beaches Resorts) to any destination. Just book your vacation on aavacations.com.


May. 9th, 2008

All airports to Las Vegas

Promo Code:  A1358AP

All airports to Las Vegas booking end date - 6/7/2008, travel start date - 5/27/2008, travel end date - 6/7/2008.