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    AA from boston

    Does anyone know if a flight from Boston to Aruba with a stop in Miami is considered a international flight? and is firtst bags free? thank you

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    If you are booked through Aruba, first two bags should be free. Check out AA.com.

    BTW.....You cannot buy alcohol at duty free in Boston unless you have a direct flight. Could buy in Miami.
    Please contact via e-mail at arubarennowner@gmail.com



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    Quote Originally Posted by dukavon View Post
    Does anyone know if a flight from Boston to Aruba with a stop in Miami is considered a international flight? and is firtst bags free? thank you
    It would be considered international. Both bags are free. Have been going that way for 20 years and never a problem. Going again April 25!! Can't wait.!!!

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    at least using AA , if your final destination is not USA or one of its territories it IS considered international.

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    ok...thanks for your input...leaving may 13,

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    My friend and I just booked May 13 too, but on JetBlue through NY!!
    I would think that would be International also...
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    If your destination is INTERNATIONAL then yes......providing your luggage is checked all the way thru.

    Quote Originally Posted by Boston_Aruba View Post
    My friend and I just booked May 13 too, but on JetBlue through NY!!
    I would think that would be International also...
    Boston

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    Direct flight from boston

    Early in 2009 I tried to make a reservation with American Airlines for February of this year early and was told only 1 stop flights were available so I made one for me and my wife. Several months later I learned that direct flights were available and I called to protest that I was told there were no non stop flights.
    In order to get the non-stop flight I had to pay more than $100 per ticket for the non stop ticket.! (Cannot recall exact cost).
    I'm wondering if anyone has encountered this problem and if so how and when they managed to get a non-stop flight.

    Thank you.

    Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by ANDO View Post
    Early in 2009 I tried to make a reservation with American Airlines for February of this year early and was told only 1 stop flights were available so I made one for me and my wife. Several months later I learned that direct flights were available and I called to protest that I was told there were no non stop flights.
    In order to get the non-stop flight I had to pay more than $100 per ticket for the non stop ticket.! (Cannot recall exact cost).
    I'm wondering if anyone has encountered this problem and if so how and when they managed to get a non-stop flight.

    Thank you.

    Andy
    I just wait until they show up. I usually book through Expedia.

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