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When you buy an airline ticket there are up to 3 separate airlines that can be involved for each leg of the flight. These are common known as : The "Marketing Carrier". This is the airline who's flight number is on the ticket/itinerary. The "Operating Carrier". This is the airline who's aircraft will actually fly the flight. The "Ticketing Carrier". ...


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The Asiana frequent flyer membership guide says on page 31: 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. (...) When a member boards a codeshare flight, the member earns miles according to the fare and ...


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Singapore Changi has only three Star Alliance lounges: the Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer Gold lounges in T2 and T3, and a Royal Silk Thai Airways lounge in T1. (There are a couple of contract lounges as well, but these are only accessible if you're flying their contracted airlines like United or Air China.) All appear to officially apply the Star Alliance ...


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The flight is technically valid and you will be having the visas required. Transit Visa is not needed anyway for passengers having a canadian visa. However, these are the risks. If there is two tickets with two separate PNR, you won't get the second boarding pass from India and below case happens. From Madrid airport website: Note that if you do not ...


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The miles you earn when flying a Star Alliance airline and crediting to a different Star Alliance airline will depend on two factors - the "fare class" that your ticket is booked into, and the earning on the airline you credit to for that fare class. The earning rates on the airline you book with (in this case, the '10%'/'50%'/etc listed on that site) do ...


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