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The Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) will soon issue American Airlines their Single Operating Certificate, which signals the beginning of the end for US Airways. Once American is legally able to fly under one operating certificate as a combined airline, the phase-out of US Airways will begin. The first step to complete the merger will be to combine the frequent-flier programs. This process will begin on Saturday March 28, 2015. Below are a few details about the fusion and what to expect.
The airlines will continue their merger over the next two years, but the only thing to worry about is how this will affect your frequent-flier accounts. Here’s what we know so far: