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Double Miles From Dallas/Fort Worth and Puebla, Mexico

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Earn double miles from Dallas/Fort Worth and Puebla, Mexico when you fly on American Airlines.

As part of American Airline’s ongoing celebration of 70 years of flying to Mexico, AA is offering double miles to Puebla, Mexico picking up where the initial double miles offer to all cities that American Airlines flies to Mexico end.  (Read the double miles to Mexico post here.)

American Airline’s double miles from Dallas/Fort Worth and Puebla, Mexico offer begins November 15, 2012 through February 15, 2013.

2 Easy Steps to earn Double Miles from Dallas/Fort Worth and Puebla, Mexico:

  1. Registration prior to travel using promo code: PBC2X is required.
  2. Fly on American Eagle nonstop flights between Dallas/Fort Worth and Puebla, Mexico between November 15, 2012 through February 15, 2013.

The new nonstop flights where you can earn double miles from Dallas/Fort Worth and Puebla, Mexico:

Flight # From/To Departure Time Arrival Time
3205 Dallas/Fort Worth – Puebla 6:35 pm 9:15 pm
3204 Puebla – Dallas/Fort Worth 7:00 am 9:50 am
**Times shift an hour earlier March 10 (US DST) thru April 6 (Mexico DST)

If the flights were reversed, with a morning flight from DFW and and evening flight from PBC, a quick trip to PBC (at the right cost per mile) for a same day turn mileage run might be in order.

The fine print:

  • Registration prior to travel is required.
  • You must fly the new nonstop routes on American Eagle to earn double miles from Dallas/Fort Worth and Puebla, Mexico.
  • Only flights flown between November 15, 2012 through February 15, 2013 qualify for the double mileage offer.
  • You must be an AAdvantage member to receive double miles.  Join AAdvantage here.
  • Double miles are only earned on published fare tickets.
  • Double miles do not count towards elite status qualification or Million Miler status.

Register to earn double miles from Dallas/Fort Worth and Puebla, Mexico here.  Use promotion code: PBC2X.

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