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AA - Lower elite qualification requirements

Mon Apr 13, 2020 11:11 pm

 
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Re: AA - Lower elite qualification requirements

Mon Apr 13, 2020 11:15 pm

Nice. Definitely more attractive than SkyPesos.
 
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Re: AA - Lower elite qualification requirements

Mon Apr 13, 2020 11:41 pm

AA is in a dire and most vulnerable position with their humongous debt load and abysmal product. This is a further sign that they have pushed away their high dollar pax.
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Re: AA - Lower elite qualification requirements

Tue Apr 14, 2020 12:17 am

gen2stew wrote:
AA is in a dire and most vulnerable position with their humongous debt load and abysmal product. This is a further sign that they have pushed away their high dollar pax.


I hate to let facts get in the way of some good old irrational airline hatred/fanboy-dom, but you are aware that both DL and UA have already made similar reductions for qualifying in 2020, aren't you? All airlines are going to be desperate for passengers once stay-at-home orders get lifted. No reason not to offer something your competitors are.
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AA - Lower elite qualification requirements

Tue Apr 14, 2020 12:24 am

UALFAson wrote:
gen2stew wrote:
AA is in a dire and most vulnerable position with their humongous debt load and abysmal product. This is a further sign that they have pushed away their high dollar pax.


I hate to let facts get in the way of some good old irrational airline hatred/fanboy-dom, but you are aware that both DL and UA have already made similar reductions for qualifying in 2020, aren't you? All airlines are going to be desperate for passengers once stay-at-home orders get lifted. No reason not to offer something your competitors are.

That poster sees AA on a title and just starts spewing negativity. He appears to be a troll.


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Re: AA - Lower elite qualification requirements

Tue Apr 14, 2020 4:03 pm

I signed up for their Platinum Pro trial, do those get extended too? Mine was supposed to expire on June 5.

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