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Today through December 6, 2014, American Airlines AAdvantage members can earn up to 100,000 bonus miles for taking a maximum of four eligible round-trip flights on any of AA’s new non-stop routes between the US and Asia. Register prior to travel using promotion code ASIA2, purchase a qualifying First Class, Business Class or select Economy Class fare ticket, and complete travel by December 6, 2014.
American Airlines is now providing nonstop routes between:
- Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) and Hong Kong (HKG)
- Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) and Shanghai (PVG)
- Chicago O’Hare (ORD) and Shanghai (PVG)
AAdvantage members generally earn miles at the following rates for the respective fare classes:
Once registered for this promotion, AAdvantage members who book round-trip First Class, Business Class and Economy fares on these US>Asia routes will earn the following bonus-mile rates:
In addition, these round-trips itineraries must be purchased (on either American Airlines flights or US Airways codeshare flights) in the following eligible fare classes:
- First Class or Business Class: F, A, P, J, D, I or R
- Economy Class: Y, B, H, K, M, L or V
- Discount Economy Class: G, S, N or Q
At present, there’s plenty of availability on these routes between July and late November, especially in August and September. A sample fare for Business Class (fare class D) between DFW and PVG from August 10-17, 2014 is $6,000, inclusive of taxes and fees.
Via this promotion, registered AAdvantage members would earn 25,000 bonus miles on this route, and they’d have flown direct to and from Shanghai!
In order to take advantage of this promotion, AAdvantage members must register prior to travel using promotion code ASIA2, purchase up to four qualifying round-trip flights in First, Business, Economy or Discount Economy Classes, and complete travel by December 6, 2014.