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by  |  08-Apr-2016 18:38

Four months ago I wrote a detailed guide to booking awards using American AAdvantage miles.

Since that time distance-based oneworld awards have been eliminated, and so have ‘domestic gateway city stopovers’ on international awards. In addition, American has very quirky routing rules.

I noted earlier today that those have been changed a bit with the addition of Qatar Airways to oneworld. What I know about booking awards with American AAdvantage miles comes from more than a decade of personal experience, from more than four years booking awards for others, and some insights gleamed from unpublished rules shared over at Traveling

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This will show you the rules, tips, and tricks to make the most of your American miles for international award tickets on American’s own flights and on their airline partners. Anything over 4 hours on a purely domestic award, and (what’s relevant for this purpose) anything 24 hours or longer on an international award would constitute a stopover and require a separate award.

When you’re putting together an international award, the 24 hour rule applies even to your domestic connecting segments.

You can transit a city for 23 hours and 59 minutes and that’s just a connection (go explore a city for no extra miles) but once you hit 24 hours that would be a stopover and an extra award.

This restriction means no more ‘free one-way awards’ using American miles.

Published routing: You have to fly a ‘published routing’ in order to book an award.

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