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  1. Eric Anderson

    Was excited to receive my card, and to build points to assist in upgrading flights to and from Asia from the U.S. I have a quandry: Korean has dropped out of the program, and I am nearing 2 million miles on Delta with 160,000 miles accumulated. I had hoped to use them with the approximately 70,000 Chase points. Is there any way to resolve this?

  2. David W

    If you need to book SkyTeam partners, you can tranfer Chase UR to AirFrance/KLM, though KE doesnt release many seats to partners.

  3. Anonymous

    Welcome [USER=4607]@Eric Anderson[/USER]!

    It’s also worth mentioning that the Korean points would have been useful for *awards* to Asia, but not necessarily *upgrades*.

    More about how to use UR for Asia here: [URL]https://onemileatatime.com/best-ways-to-use-chase-ultimate-rewards-points-to-fly-to-asia/[/URL]

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