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March, One World award travel, Boston to Rome

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Want to leave March 21, fly over night and arrive Rome March 22, departing March 29, 2 people, business or first.

I have a BA award travel companion certificate that expires in July, and would like to use it on this trip. We have combined avios of 108,000.

I just read that it is possible to fly from Boston to Dublin on avios on Air Lingus. Has anyone heard this - and can AA miles be used instead of Avios? I have 1,000,000+ AA miles.

Any suggestions on how to route the trip to avoid LHR fees, but still be able to use the certificate?

I currently have a mileage flights on hold, but the fees are just killer as it routes through LHR both directions. I have flown to Rome going through Madrid on Iberia, but don't know how to find award availability on Iberia; and of course then I couldn't use the BA certificate.

Help! :)

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