Award Seat Analysis

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Award seat analysis: American vs. United – Chicago to Tokyo Narita

This installment of “Award Seat Analysis” looks at the Chicago to Tokyo Narita nonstop market and I’ve researched availability from American Airlines and United Airlines in September 2012. I specifically searched for award seats at the minimum amount of miles required, namely MileSAAver awards on American and Saver awards on United. Any available seat is…

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Award seat analysis: American vs. United – Los Angeles to New York JFK

This second installment of “Award Seat Analysis” looks at the premium Los Angeles to New York JFK nonstop market and I’ve researched availability from American Airlines and United Airlines in April 2012. I specifically searched for award seats at the minimum amount of miles required, namely MileSAAver awards on American and Saver awards on United.…

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Award seat analysis: American vs. United – Chicago to London Heathrow

I’m starting a new series here on Frequently Flying analyzing award availability in markets where U.S. carriers compete with each other. This first installment looks at the Chicago O’Hare to London Heathrow nonstop market and I’ve researched availability from American Airlines and United Airlines in February 2012. I specifically searched for award seats at the…

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