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American Airlines and Air Sahara make frequent flyer agreement.

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American Airlines and Air Sahara have made a fully reciprocal frequent flyer agreement.

From 15 November the two airlines will offer reciprocal frequent flyer privileges that allow members of American's AAdvantage programme to earn and redeem miles when travelling on flights operated by Air Sahara, and members of the Air Sahara Cosmos programme may earn and redeem miles when travelling on flights operated by American.

Additionally, American Airlines has said that subject to government approvals it plans to put its AA code on Air Sahara flights to 26 destinations including Delhi while Air Sahara, in turn, will place its S2 code on American's transatlantic flights between Delhi and Chicago O'Hare and selected destinations beyond Chicago.

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