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Gary Leff got to the bottom of this, and apparently there was a IT issue and it was removed temporarily.
This is very speculative, but a reader ( thanks Ryan ) just informed me that his, along with several people he spoke with, no longer saw British Airways listed as a transfer partner with Amex. I logged into my account, along with some that I manage, and saw the exact same thing. Not sure if this will stick, but Iberia and Aer Lingus are both still partners, so you could always make an easy transfer to Iberia and then migrate over, but very weird.
Anyone else seeing this?
You know what else IS listed…Virgin Atlantic. We just flew their NEW UPPER CLASS – check out the video. 🙂
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