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From AA's site: Changing flight awards Contact American Airlines Reservations for assistance with changing a flight award ticket. Changes to the origin or destination or airline For MileSAAver awards, origin or destination changes to the itinerary will incur a change fee of $150, even when retaining the same award type For awards involving ...


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From BA: If you find you’re missing some Avios or Tier Points on your account you can claim them back within six months of your flight. New members can even claim Avios and Tier Points for any British Airways flights flown in the three months before joining. Note that you can't claim* for flights on partners, you'd have to check to see if you ...


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So I am no expert in this but the method described in all the fancy travel blogs I follow, in the case the strategy described by @Calchas above (+1) fails, is to try to enter the lounge with your status card. If the lounge agent insists that the status program must also be the one that you earn miles for, have them change it on the spot, get in, and change ...


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If you have a significant number of flights in a small period, besides investigating the credit prior to enrollment policy of the airline that you flew, it may be worthwhile investigating partner airlines that you might be able to credit the flights to. For example, these are all the airline mileage programmes that you could credit an American Airlines ...


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Airlines have a certain time limit till which you can claim missing miles. I am a Qatar Airways frequent traveler and they have the following conditions Time limit when becoming a new member = 30 days prior to the start of membership Time limit for claiming miles for existing members = 6 months after the flight date for your case please refer to the ...


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It is possible (for an unusually knowledgeable travel agent), but not easy. There are two fields in the PNR for each airline, the FQTV field (frequent traveller number for mileage earning) and the FQTS field (frequent traveller number for status purposes). These can be set to different values. But airline IT systems are not always designed to understand ...


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From the posting dates ("Dates" on your pasted data), it would appear that they neglected to post your wife's flights right after your travel. Then when they did post them, they posted them as full fares rather than discounted. The full fare points could be a gesture of apology for the delay in posting, a result of them being unable to determine the ...


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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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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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