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American Airlines receives Budget Travel Magazine’s ‘Extra Mile Award’

01/09/2009 16:22

With its continuing commitment to improve the travel experience for customers and revolutionize award travel, America Arlines has earned yet another accolade, this time from Budget Travel magazine. American is being recognized with Budget Travel’s “Extra Mile Award,” which will be announced Sept. 22 in the magazine’s October issue.

“The fifth annual Extra Mile Award is a celebration of companies and destinations that are working hard to improve travelers’ lives,” according to Nina Willdorf, editor-in-chief of Budget Travel. “Our Extra Mile Award winners have demonstrated real innovation over the past 12 months.”

Budget Travel said that American was chosen for going “the extra mile,” specifically with the introduction of its AAdvantage One-Way Flex Awards. Introduced in May of this year, the One-Way Flex feature enables AAdvantage members to combine different types of travel awards to best fit their preferences.


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