Book Now: Wide Open MileSAAver Award Availability on American Airlines in Business Class to London

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MileSAAver Award Ticket Availability: Business Class to London on American Airlines

There is a ton of available award space on American Airlines Business Class flights to London from several major hubs, including New York, Charlotte and Philadelphia. For 57,500 AA miles you can fly business class each way. A non-saver business class award ticket from JFK to LHR is 110,000 miles. Keep in mind that you must select American operated flights only in order to avoid fuel surcharges imposed on partner flights.

MileSAAver Award Ticket Availability: Business Class

Award Ticket Availability

Availability is really wide-open in both directions until May and very sparse in the summer months. There’s also pretty decent availability in September.

MileSAAver Award Ticket Availability: Business Class

The same ticket would set you back $1,577 at the bare minimum. As you can see below, the average is over $3,000 one-way.  This means you’ll be redeeming your AA miles for 2.74 cents each or over 5 cents each on the high end. That’s a great value! The current sign-up bonus on several AAdvantage cards is 60k miles, making the bonus offer worth $1,644.



MileSAAver Award Ticket Availability: Business Class

Conclusion

If you have some extra AA miles to burn, this is definitely a great use for them. You would be hard pressed to find better availability at a better price to London. Book fast if you’re interested!

HT: Frequent Miler

 


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    • I’m with Ryan on this one. You are right to point out the Saver availability which is the real story, but you did say a few times in the post that this is like half price, which it really isn’t. A Round Trip in Business class for 57,500 would be half price.

  1. I live in PHL and am looking to fly to LHR on a Friday in late October and there is no 57.5 inventory on AA metal, it’s on BA so be careful of the fuel surcharges…$500 to go one way but that’s better than the $8,200 they’re presently charging for that flight. There are two AA flights to LHR on Friday evening’s but neither are showing as having available business award space 🙁

  2. NYC/PHL to LON, isn’t those like <7 hour flights? I have plenty if AA miles but I wonder if Biz is worth it for such short flight. I usually prefer my Biz flight to be 8+ hours to find it worth paying extra. Thoughts?

  3. AA generally shows BA TATL flights, so this is a sale in that AA is offering their own metal without the horrendous fuel surcharge. Hopefully Sept. does show J class AA.

  4. On January 4, I booked 2 one-way saver level business awards for August 4, JFK-LHR-CPH on AA for the TATL and BA for the LHR-CPH leg. Taxes and fees were $25.40 each. Immediately got the 10% miles rebate from having the Barclays AAviator MC posted to my account. So, 105K for 2 tickets. I’m happy.

    Still need a flight home from Stockholm later that month….probably looking at economy since it’s a daytime flight.

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