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Posted By Leopold

Airline IT systems are not infallible. The OP has...

Airline IT systems are not infallible. The OP has a good argument for 2 free bags.

The CX explanation is an utter, total mess.
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Posted By Leopold

Since when are JFK-LHR roundtrip economy fares...

Since when are JFK-LHR roundtrip economy fares $4,500 per person?
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Posted By Leopold

Which IATA members ignore the MSC concept when it...

Which IATA members ignore the MSC concept when it is otherwise applicable? That would be good information for us to know. Do AA or BA do that?
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Posted By Leopold

You could buy either miles or a revenue ticket in...

You could buy either miles or a revenue ticket in Y for the trans-Atlantic flights.
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Posted By Leopold

OP, a connection in region Asia 2 is not allowed...

OP, a connection in region Asia 2 is not allowed on a North America-Middle East/Indian Subcontinent award. To connect there, you would need 2 awards.

You would do better flying nonstop to Doha or...
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Posted By Leopold

Technically, the U.S. federal government has...

Technically, the U.S. federal government has regulations, not rules. But you are right when implying that too many here have elevated IATA to the status of a governmental entity. It is not, which is...
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Posted By Leopold

The surcharge for LHR-JNB (booked one way) on BA...

The surcharge for LHR-JNB (booked one way) on BA using AA miles is US $200.80 in Y and US $301.70 in J or F.

The surcharge for JNB-LHR (booked one way) on BA using AA miles is US $160.00 in Y and...
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Posted By Leopold

You do not understand the rules. For a...

You do not understand the rules. For a multicarrier ticket, a violation of IATA rules happens when any of those carriers ignores the MSC concept. It does not matter whether the ticket includes travel...
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Posted By Leopold

You constantly ignore the fact that this is one...

You constantly ignore the fact that this is one ticket that involves multiple airlines and travel to the USA. In those circumstances, stopovers are completely irrelevant. Per IATA, the MSC rule...
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Posted By Leopold

It is one ticket, per the OP. Stopovers do not...

It is one ticket, per the OP. Stopovers do not matter. You are wholly incorrect.
May 3, 14, 1:39 am
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Posted By Leopold

Travel date?

Travel date?
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Posted By Leopold

That is correct. The U.S. regulations do not...

That is correct.

The U.S. regulations do not require airlines to follow the "most significant carrier" rule. The IATA does, however. Under that rule, AA is the MSC because of the LHR-DFW flight....
May 2, 14, 2:52 pm
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Posted By Leopold

That won't work internationally.

That won't work internationally.
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Posted By Leopold

HA does have multiple redemption levels. But...

HA does have multiple redemption levels.

But this whole question is rather pointless because if it's not bookable on aa.com, the OP is simply out of luck.
Apr 29, 14, 10:01 pm
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Posted By Leopold

Nice cover-up try.

Nice cover-up try.
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Posted By Leopold

Then either there is no availability or you have...

Then either there is no availability or you have not checked the box to include AA partners in the results.
Apr 29, 14, 9:43 pm
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Posted By Leopold

Well, hopefully the OP will report back the final...

Well, hopefully the OP will report back the final result so others can learn AA's policies. From his story, it seems that this very experienced agent would not do a pointless series of actions.
Apr 29, 14, 9:38 pm
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Posted By Leopold

A repeat of another thread started by this...

A repeat of another thread started by this poster:

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/information-desk/1568136-using-miles-multi-city-south-american-trip.html#post22684345
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Posted By Leopold

72 hours? Supposed to be 120 unless US is an...

72 hours? Supposed to be 120 unless US is an exception like IB is.
Apr 29, 14, 9:28 pm
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Posted By Leopold

Excellent report. Nice to know that asking for a...

Excellent report. Nice to know that asking for a long sale and liaison help are not total wastes of time, as was claimed upthread.
Forum: oneworld
Apr 29, 14, 8:04 pm
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Posted By Leopold

OP already posted this on April 1. ...

OP already posted this on April 1.

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/information-desk/1565429-adoption-travel-options-use-various-points-travel.html
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Posted By Leopold

An inter-European flight on BA does not incur...

An inter-European flight on BA does not incur "hundreds" of dollars in BA surcharges. Much much less than that.
Apr 28, 14, 5:34 am
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Posted By Leopold

The OP may have lots of difficulty getting...

The OP may have lots of difficulty getting PPT-SYD-HKG-TPE to price as 1 award.
Apr 28, 14, 5:25 am
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Posted By Leopold

Does BA publish an LCY-ORD through fare that...

Does BA publish an LCY-ORD through fare that allows a connection at JFK?
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