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CX F Strategy

CX F Strategy

  1. cshel

    Hello all,

    I have enough Alaskan miles for 2 one way CX F tickets. As expected, there’s only 1 seat available(Flight in Nov). Just curious to see what people think; if I should snag the 1 seat and book the other passenger in J with hopes that they open up another F seat closer in? Preferred route if HKG-ORD, though JFK is another option.

    It seems like Alaskans policy is pretty friendly for changes, I’m guessing changing from J to F wouldn’t be a problem if space were to open up.


  2. Gaurav

    Yes, you’d just have to pay the change fees. That’s the best approach.

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