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10/30/2012 Codeshare AA*/LA (LAN) – Booking Update
10/19/2012 AA* Marketing on BA (EC): Codeshare Transition to BA and ORY-JFK/EWR

Codeshare AA*/LA (LAN) – Booking Update
Update: 30Oct12

Effective immediately all AA*/LA , AA*/XL and AA*/LP codeshare flights are now open for revenue sale.

AA* Marketing on BA (EC): Codeshare Transition to BA and ORY-JFK/EWR
Updated: 19Oct12

On Sunday 21Oct12 AA*/EC will be transitioned to AA*/BA for the effective travel date of 20Nov12 and beyond. AA*/EC (operated by OpenSkies) (AA*7829-AA*7832) are converting to AA*/BA (operated by OpenSkies/EC) (new flights are AA*6241-AA*6244).

The AA schedule change reaccommodation system will update all travel agency's Pnr's for travel 20Nov12 and beyond with the new AA*/BA flights.

Please review your notification queues and review your bookings to ensure they are correctly reaccommodated from the old AA* flight number on EC to the new AA flight number on BA.

All 001 tickets must be reissued by 23Oct12 or the flight segment may be subjected to cancellation.

After 23Oct12, if the 001 ticket was not reissued and the flight segment is updated to "UN/UC" you may not be able to rebook or request a reinstatement of the flight segment.

In addition, all SSRs and pre-reserved seat assignments previously associated with the original AA codeshare flight segments will need to be re-sent for the new AA* on BA flight segments.

Please contact Sales Support if you have any questions.

Updated: 19Jun12
Reminder: 06Oct12

Effective 01NOV12, AA will no longer accept ATB/Paper tickets for travel on AA. ARC/ASP Travel Agencies in the USA should ensure that any ATB/Paper tickets regardless of the validating carrier should not include travel dates after 31OCT12 or space will be cancelled and the customer will be required to purchase a new ticket. All Sales by US ARC/ASP agents for travel on 01NOV12 and beyond on AA Marketed/Operated flights shall be ticketed using interline e-ticketing (ETR). Please refer to ETRONLY for a list of carriers that currently do not accept paper tickets.


Updated: April 9, 2013

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