Amer­i­can, JetBlue add fre­quent flier ben­e­fits to part­ner­ship

Austin American-Statesman - - BUSINESS -

NEW YORK — Amer­i­can Air­lines and JetBlue Air­ways said they have forged a deal that will al­low pas­sen­gers con­nect­ing in New York and Bos­ton to get fre­quent flier miles on both air­lines.

The deal is an ad­di­tion to the part­ner­ship the pair formed in March.

Start­ing to­day, JetBlue cus­tomers will be able to con­nect on flights to 12 of Amer­i­can’s in­ter­na­tional desti­na­tions from JFK and Bos­ton. Amer­i­can cus­tomers will be able to book non­stop JetBlue flights from JFK and Bos­ton to 18 do­mes­tic spots that Amer­i­can doesn’t serve from those cities.

Pas­sen­gers can book these tick­ets through travel agen­cies, most on­line travel agency web­sites and Amer­i­can Air­lines ticket coun­ters or by call­ing Amer­i­can Air­lines reser­va­tions. The tick­ets aren’t yet avail­able for sale on each other’s web­sites.

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