American Airlines' AAdvantage frequent flyer program is part of the oneworld alliance. The rates on our calculator include oneworld destinations.

Also included in the American Airlines AAdvantage calculations are the destinations of the following (non-oneworld) partner airlines:

The rate calculations are based on zones. Travel during off-peak periods offer some great rates but is generally only available for trips that include North America.

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American Airlines and US Airways Merger
The merger of American Airlines and US Airways is going to create the world's largest airline (by number of miles flown per passenger); the merged airline will carry the American Airline name. This also means that the companies' frequent flyer programs will be merged into one program. For some deliberations on how this merger may be beneficial, or not, read the article in the New York Times, for which Brian Kelly from ThePointsGuy.com was interviewed.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/12/business/squeezing-frequent-fliers-is-a-likely-merger-outcome.html


Bookings on aa.com
Members of AAdvantage can now book flights one oneworld partner airline Qantas directly on aa.com. Qantas has been added to the system after online bookings for Alaska Airlines, British Airways and Hawaiian Airlines were made available earlier.