Old Jan 6, 14, 1:02 am
  #12  
FlyerChrisK
 
Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: NYC
Programs: AA EXP, Hilton GLD, Marriott Plat, NEXUS/GE
Posts: 2,873
Originally Posted by nrr View Post
Shouldn't the fuel surcharge for LHR-BRU should be much less than for RDU-LHR?
RDU-LHR is AA metal.

AA is dropping its morning flight and BA is picking up a second frequency so the JV can guarantee lie-flat seats on NYC-LON, at least until AA does some retrofits of 772 or has some spare 77W capacity. Given the emphasis on metal neutrality, pushing you over to the BA flight seems entirely reasonable.
FlyerChrisK is offline