With highs hovering in the 20s and fares as low as $69* one way, now`s a
great time to think about flying from New York to Florida or California on
American Airlines. Fly two qualifying round trips by April 15, and you`ll
be eligible for one free** ticket to anywhere American flies.
These great low fares are available for purchase by Feb. 10 for non-stop
flights from New York`s LaGuardia or JFK airports to popular destinations
in Florida and the West Coast. Book online at AA.com and earn up to 1,000
bonus AAdvantage(R) miles.
“Whether it`s travel to the sun or to hundreds of other destinations,
American Airlines has flights for New Yorkers—at competitive fares—
to just about anywhere in the world our customers want to go,” said Tom
Gleason, regional vice president-Sales.
These low fares also qualify for American`s “Fly Two to the Sun”
promotion, which allows customers to earn free** travel for flying two
qualifying round trips between New York and Boston to nonstop destinations
in Florida and California.
“Our `Fly Two to the Sun` offer is going like gangbusters, reminding
customers in a big way that they get more on American Airlines: more
flights to more destinations than any other airline, at competitive fares,
with great service and a frequent flyer program that can take them to
places they want to go,” Gleason said.
To qualify for the Fly Two promotion, customers must register before
travel begins at http://www.aa.com/nycfreeticket or
http://www.aa.com/bosfreeticket , or call the AAdvantage Dial-In(R) system
at 1-800-882-8880. Follow the prompts and, when asked, enter promotion
code AANYC or AABOS. If you`re not an AAdvantage member, registration is
quick and easy at AA.com.
American`s extensive global route network, great low fares, the
opportunity to earn and redeem AAdvantage miles, plus exceptional service
on the ground and in the air combine to make travel on American an
exceptional travel value. American Airlines has More Room Throughout Coach
on more planes than any other airline. You will find more room on all of
American`s more than five hundred 777, 767, 737, MD80 and F100 aircraft;
not available on A300, 757 or American Eagle.
American Airlines is the world`s largest carrier. American, American Eagle
and the AmericanConnection regional carriers serve more than 250 cities in
more than 40 countries and territories with approximately 3,900 daily
flights. The combined network fleet numbers more than 1,000 aircraft.
American`s award-winning Web site, AA.com, provides users with easy access
to check and book fares, plus personalized news, information and travel
offers. American Airlines is a founding member of the oneworld Alliance.