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I can't find anything current to answer my question so I am hoping someone has some up to date info re my question. I have purchased an American Airlines business class ticket -DFW to LHR with a connecting flight to Lisbon that has an AA flight number but is operated by British Airways. I have a a reserved seat on the first portion but was told AA could not reserve a BA seat. The reservation clerk then rattled off a list of ways to get a reserved seat but she lost me. (I had to speak with a person vs doing this all on-line because I was using an AA credit.) Is there some way to get a reserved seat on the BA portion - other than waiting until I arrive at Heathrow and go to the BA desk?

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