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Crediting to Royal Jordanian

Crediting to Royal Jordanian

  1. Anonymous

    Hi Lucky! I recently got transferred for work to the Middle East, which means I’ll be flying through Amman and Doha when I fly back to JFK (once a month). Given the nature of my work, I’ll likely end up flying economy restricted on Royal Jordanian and Qatar. What’s the best programme to credit/get status, in your opinion? There’s plenty of info on QR but not so much on RJ… from their website it seems they credit the actual flown mileage and then you earn bonus miles based on the fare class (0 for rest. economy). Thanks a bunch!

  2. David W

    If you can find out what fare class your tickets are booked into, use wheretocredit.com and see how many miles you might earn on a particular flight. Picking the best program really depends on your own travel patterns, whether you can attain and requalify for elite status easily and what you’d like to do with the rewards.

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