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Status of Companion Fare booking for open jaw or multi city?

Status of Companion Fare booking for open jaw or multi city?

Old Mar 10, 2024, 5:19 pm
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Status of Companion Fare booking for open jaw or multi city?

It has been my understanding in the past, that the official AS policy is to only allow companion fares for true round-trips with the same city pairs. I know myself, and others have been able to book open jaws with companion fares (example: ANC-PHL / BOS-ANC). I dont remember the bookability of multi city tickets (ANC-SFO-ORD-ANC). I have also heard that if you book an open jaw and need to make a change, there is a risk of the agent cancelling the reservation. Anyone have any recent experiences with open jaws and multi city booking with Companion Fares?
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Old Mar 10, 2024, 6:11 pm
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I have used multi-city with a companion fare.
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Old Mar 11, 2024, 8:32 pm
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I have used companion fare on a multicity last year (FAI-ANC-SEA-DAL-SEA-FAI) with stays in Dallas and Seattle on the way back. I was also extremely fortunate to upgrade the entire trip using 100K upgrade option, as when booked every segment was upgradeable at booking.
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