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Any gate at Sea-Tac is reachable from any other gate without passing through TSA security again. You can walk between concourses A, B, C, and D, but if you are traveling to or from the N or S gates, (you should be as they serve international flights) which are in separate buildings, then you can't walk; you must take the train. You will see signs directing ...
Airline miles are a currency, just like real money. Some miles have a larger worth then others. Just compare the earnings: A flight with Emirates from DXB to LHR oneway in first class earns 7500 Skywards miles, but only about 5200 Alaska Mileage miles.
It says pretty clear that the flight isn't eligible: To qualify for mileage accrual, flights must be marketed by KLM and must also fall within the eligible flight number range. Delta sells tickets on that very flight under its own flight code, for that you would be credited.
For US based customers with an Alaska Airline affiliated card, the companion fare is limited to Alaska Airline flights only. Your link indicated that maybe you are a Canadian card holder, but I would imagine the same rules would apply. But realistically, expecting a $99 companion fare on an international flight to Tahiti would be dreaming. ...
I ended up calling Alaska Airlines about something else so also asked about this question. Turns out it doesn't matter what the flight is marketed as, what matters is which airline is actually operating the flight. So they would give credits for all the flights listed in the question.
Alaska Airlines (AS) is a Qantas partner for mileage earning. Full details are on the Qantas site, but basically you'll earn 1 Qantas point per mile flown in most booking classes (but be sure to check your booking class to make sure!). You will NOT earn any Qantas Status Credits when flying with AS. As you've already flown you'll need to go through the ...
TIMATIC thinks your Canadian passport cannot admit you because it's expired. "Passports and other documents accepted for entry issued to nationals of Canada must be valid on arrival." Whether you would actually be turned away is another matter, but a cautious airline would be unwise to board you in violation of the clear instruction there. However, TIMATIC ...
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