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When booking a codeshare flight, the fare class that appears belongs to the codeshare airline?

When booking a codeshare flight, the fare class that appears belongs to the codeshare airline?

  1. Anonymous

    Hi Ben,

    I am booking many OW tickets issued by BA but mostly flown in LA, JJ and IB. I would like to know where to credit these miles and therefore have the following question: When booking a codeshare flight, does the fare class that appears in the ticket belongs to the codeshare airline or the airline being flown? I am asking this because it varies greatly on the amount of miles being accrued (e.g. I am flying Iberia metal from LIM-MAD being sold as a LAN flight in fare class O. This fare if belonging to LAN accrues 100% AAdvantage miles, whereas if belonging to Iberia it only accrues 25%).

    Thanks in advance,

    Alonso A.

  2. Gaurav

    Codeshare, it belongs the airline ticketing the trip (codeshare airline).

  3. No Name

    For checking how much a fare class earn try this site
    [URL]http://wheretocredit.com/[/URL]

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