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Should I redeem 1 long F or 2 F segments?

Should I redeem 1 long F or 2 F segments?

  1. Anonymous

    I have an opportunity to redeem either:

    – HKG-LAX in F with CX, then continuing to SEA in AS domestic F, or
    – HKG-HND in F with CX, then HND-SFO in F with JAL, then continuing to SEA in AS Y

    Same amount of miles. Is it worth it to try 2 different F cabins, or just go with the shorter flight overall with CX F?

  2. Anonymous

    I would probably just go with Cathay Pacific, as you’re not going to get the full experience on such a short flight anyway, and CX is my favorite 🙂

  3. thelongroadau

    Could also go HKG-YVR on CX, then on to SEA. Would be a shorter itinerary. Same goes for HKG-SFO-SEA. Remember as well that if you land at LAX, you can connect onwards on AS from any LA area airport, doesn’t have to be LAX. Same goes for SFO – you can connect onwards from any Bay Area airport.

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