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American Airlines Merging US Airways Points on March 28

On March 28, American Airlines will begin moving Dividend Miles® members into the AAdvantage program. This transition to a single loyalty program will take several days. American Airlines will send more details about the benefits customers can expect as soon as everything has been completed.

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American and US: Frequent-Flier Programs Combining in Spring

American Airlines and US Airways will combine the mileage totals of those who have active balances in both the AAdvantage and Dividend Miles programs in spring 2015. American will also be combing the miles that count toward earning elite frequent-flier status. Frequent fliers and leisure travelers should expect the least amount of change. Those mid-tier elite fliers on US Airways will receive fewer upgrades in the integration of the programs.

 

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AA-US Airways Integration is Making Progress

Derek Kerr, the chief financial officer for American Airlines, said the integration between American and US Airways is proceeding smoothly. “It’s early and we have a lot of work to do in 2015,” he said. American is reducing debt, returning cash to shareholders and starting “a total fleet replacement program” within four to five years, he said.

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