|Quoting Litz (Thread starter):|
American Airlines, a Delta Partner ?!? ?!?
I've had mixed flights before (DL and AA in fact) and never seen this before ...
All I can say, is if this is true, and eventually we get full codeshare and FF benefits sharing, I'm going to be real, real, happy - that's two networks where travelers on each side will benefit greatly.
|Quoting SLCUT2777 (Reply 2):|
I'll take a SkyTeam/OneWorld partnership so long as it means utter and complete Jihad against WN!!!! Same deal if it were SkyTeam/Star Alliance such as DL/AC since WN is the enemy of all civilized carriers!
|Quoting Jetdeltamsy (Reply 13):|
You may accrue Skymiles for AA domestic segments. But that's as far as the cooperation goes.
|Quoting DL Widget Head (Reply 14):
As far as I know you would not get Skymiles for the AA flights listed on your itinerary as those AA flights are not codeshare fligts with DL. Only DL codeshare flights with AA Eagle would accrue Skymiles.
|Quoting Jetdeltamsy (Reply 15):|
Nope. All domestic AA flights are valid for accrual of Skymiles.
It's not advertised at all, but it's a fact.
Call the Skymiles desk and ask.
|Quoting DL Widget Head (Reply 16):|
I just checked the DL website. There is no FF agreement in place with AA other than the AA Eagle flights that DL puts their code on.