Subject: Re: Re: Honeymoon in Europe--Thanx, and more questions (of course)
It is really nice flying first or business class and would be special on your honeymoon. It seems even nicer when you are coming home. These seats are limited, so call early. If you really want to do it and there are no seats available, ask the agent to talk to a group called Yield Management (or some variation of that). They are in charge of allocating seats and can sometimes do special things for good customers. American Airlines' yield group has made frequent flyer seats available for me in the past, but they have said *no* as often as they have said *we can help you*.

Good luck.