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What mileage table is used in the case where there is a codeshare flight marketed by Airline 1, operated by Airline 2, but where the miles are credited to Airline 3 - if they were all part of Star Alliance?

For example, a flight in K class from EWR-FRA marketed (and ticketed) by Lufthansa but operated by United, crediting to Asiana.

Asiana gives 0% for Lufthansa K class, but at least 50% for any United class. So would this flight earn 0% or 50% with Asiana?

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The Asiana frequent flyer membership guide says on page 31:

  1. When a member boards a codeshare flight, the member earns miles according to the fare and the class of the ticket purchased and the mileage program of the airline operating the flight.

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When a member boards a codeshare flight, the member earns miles according to the fare and the class of the ticket purchased and the mileage earning program of the operating carrier. e.g. When a member boards an OZ/UA codeshare flight operated by OZ (Q Class, US route): Miles are earned for V Class of OZ, which is the operator of the flight.

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