American Airlines and Etihad Airways Begin Offering Frequent Flier Miles on Code-Share Flights

Back in 2009, American Airlines and Etihad Airways entered into a code-share agreement in New York, Chicago, Toronto and Abu Dhabi. On Wednesday, the airlines announced that their club members will now be able to accrue frequent flier miles on each other’s code-share flights.

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Special Business Class Fares Available on LOT This Summer

LOT Polish Airlines, the official flag carrier of Poland, is offering plenty of special business class fares this summer on flights originating from Chicago and New York City to over 25 destinations in Europe.

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American Airlines to Reduce Flights to Japan

American Airlines has announced that it will be cutting two of its six daily flights to Japan due to low demand from travelers.

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How to Protect Your Belongings from the TSA

After two TSA agents reportedly stole $39,000 from a passenger’s bag at the JFK Airport, you may be somewhat concerned this too could happen to you. Perhaps we all don’t carry around so much cash, but it would be nice to get in and out of airports without losing a laptop or a crisp $20.

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American Airlines and The New York Pops Announce New Agreement

Earlier today, American Airlines announced a new partnership with The New York Pops, one of the largest symphonic orchestras in the United States.

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