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I'm presuming that you've got a non-refundable fare otherwise this is a fairly pointless question - just contact the airline, cancel your ticket, and get your money back. If it's not a refundable fare, the best option is to NOT cancel it - yet. There are a number of things that can happen between now and when the flight is scheduled that can give you cause ...


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As a general rule, you should join the mileage program for the airline that you want to fly when you redeem your miles. While it is possible to redeem miles on partner airlines, there are several disadvantages: Availability is typically much more limited when trying redeem miles on partner flights. Also, it's often impossible to check availability on ...


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From the SkyTeam site: Redeem miles As a member of a SkyTeam Member airline’s frequent flyer program you can easily redeem your Miles for an award ticket on any SkyTeam-operated flight worldwide. The miles required will be set by Korean Airlines, along with any fees/taxes, but I think you'll only be able to book onto Delta flights with spare ...


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I flew from Australia to Europe with Singapore Airlines and they were fine - good price and good service on board. They were also quite helpful when we discovered one piece of our luggage had been damaged and gave us the necessary paperwork for claiming back the cost of repair. I've heard good reports about Emirates but haven't flown with them myself. Qantas ...



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