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For Flying Blue you will earn level miles and award miles, and the flight will count as a qualifying flight, but only if your flight is not booked into the Z, Q or G booking codes. https://www.flyingblue.com/earn-and-spend-miles/airlines/partner/180/china-eastern.html The usual exceptions apply. As a frequent flier, your usual SkyPriority benefits will ...


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The definitive guide on where you can credit miles to and how much you will earn is on wheretocredit. From that, you can see the earning rates on Flying Blue and Aeroflot. Where to Credit provides mileage earning calculations for frequent flyer programs around the world. The site is not affiliated with airlines (nor do I have any connection to it) and the ...


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No. Miles are not a currency that can be moved between programmes. There are some exceptions (such as Avios, which can be moved between the British Airways Executive Club and the Iberia Plus) but this is unusual. I am not aware of any SkyTeam programmes that work like this. If it is absolutely essential that you move the miles you might be able to convert ...


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This mean that at LAX; perhaps due to customs or other security restrictions - the airline cannot accept baggage to be delivered directly to/from passengers (at the gate) and it has to go through customs/clearance. So you'll have to check it in and surrender the stroller at the check-in; and if arriving at LAX receive it at customs. I would highly ...



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