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AA FF can now book BA FF on AA.com

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Maybe this is old news to you but you can now book frequent flier tickets on line at AA.com even for itineries which include British Airways (Alaska Airways and Hawaiian Airways too). This is great news for those of us who are always planning our next trip. You can see what's available, plan alternatives, put on hold and don't necessarily have to bother an agent. Yeah!

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