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The American Airlines and JetBlue Northeast Alliance has ended.
Mileage accrual on JetBlue-operated flights will be granted to members who added their AAdvantage® or TrueBlue Mosaic member number to their ticketed reservation prior to July 21, 2023 for travel through January 31, 2024.
You can earn AAdvantage® miles on JetBlue marketed and operated flights and JetBlue codeshare flights operated by American Airlines if you:
Eligible AAdvantage® miles earned for travel on JetBlue earn Loyalty Points that count toward qualifying for AAdvantage® status.
For travel on JetBlue marketed flights, miles are earned based on ticket price (includes base fare plus carrier-imposed fees; excludes government-imposed taxes and fees). The more you spend, and the higher your AAdvantage® status, the more you'll earn.
You can earn a maximum of 75,000 AAdvantage® miles per ticket. For travel on or after March 1, 2023, there will be no mileage cap.
*Basic Economy tickets issued on or after January 1, 2023, for travel starting March 1, 2023 will earn award miles at a rate of 2 miles per dollar in addition to Loyalty Points. Status members' bonus percentages will apply to the base mileage rate of 2 miles per dollar on American and other select partner airlines.
|Purchased fares booked in
|Full Fare Business
|C, D, I
|Y, E, K, H, Q, B, V, R, W, M, Z, O, U, S, P, G
If the booking code for the ticket you bought isn’t listed in the tables, you won’t earn AAdvantage® miles or Loyalty Points.
Travel ticketed as an American Airlines marketed flight (booked as an AA flight number) and operated by JetBlue earn AAdvantage® miles and Loyalty Points according to the American mileage accrual chart.