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I need to learn about Americans frequent-flier program. I have a reservation on hold from Philadelphia to AMS next March. The flight out is direct; the flight home has a connection in Heathrow.

The cost for this flight would be 40,000 miles and $174 in fees.

I see that American has a liberal policy about changing flights if they become available.

If I was able to change to the direct flight home and avoid the connection in Heathrow, would American credit me the fees?

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