Is this a valid routing for AAdvantage Award?

 
Old Apr 10, 06, 8:10 pm
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Is this a valid routing for AAdvantage Award?

Will this itinerary qualify for a 40,000 mile R/T?

Outbound: DSM-ORD-BOS-SNN
Return: SNN-BOS-ORD-DSM

Date: March 2007
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Old Apr 10, 06, 8:18 pm
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Originally Posted by flyupfront
Will this itinerary qualify for a 40,000 mile R/T?

Outbound: DSM-ORD-BOS-SNN
Return: SNN-BOS-ORD-DSM

Date: March 2007
If you can find availibilty, you're good to go......
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Old Apr 10, 06, 8:25 pm
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Cool. I wasn't sure if AA would allow two stops along the way. But to get to SNN on AA metal there's no other way.
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Old Apr 10, 06, 10:22 pm
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Originally Posted by flyupfront
Cool. I wasn't sure if AA would allow two stops along the way. But to get to SNN on AA metal there's no other way.
Hold on -- define "stops."
If you just mean a change of plane, with less than a 4 hour layover, then you are in fact good to go.
If you actually want to "stopover" in any of those intermediate cities for a longer period of time, it gets more complicated, and there's a whole "sticky" thread on this topic at the top of the AA forum.

In any event, if the itinerary comes up on AA.com, then it's valid.
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