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Alaska Elite Qualification

Alaska Elite Qualification

  1. Anonymous

    HI, I flew two roundtrips between NYC and HKG on CX, which totals 32,000 miles. How come they said I didn’t qualify for MVP status, as they said it was only 8,000 miles? I understand I get just 25% reward for miles flown = 8,000, but I thought for status sake it counts as 32,000 qualifying miles?

  2. rickyw

    What was your fare code?

    [ATTACH=full]634[/ATTACH]

  3. David W

    Base miles earned and class of service bonus is what Alaska uses for elite qualification, not just distance flown. Otherwise it’d be super easy to earn status.

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