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AA/VX Earning

AA/VX Earning

  1. David W

    Curious about something –

    If I book the attached flights directly from AS’s website, the VX flight has a fare class of T. In the MileagePlan earnings charts, VX does not have a T fare class but AS does.

    Do I assume that by crediting to AS, I earn based on AS’s rates (since there’s also an AS code share flight number)and not VX rates? Or would I earn nothing?


  2. David W

    Oops – never mind.
    Details of AS’s earning chart states the following (bolding mine)

    Eligible flight numbers

    [B][I]1000-1999 (operated by Virgin America)[/I][/B]
    2000-2999 (operated by Horizon Air)
    3124-3499 (operated by SkyWest)
    4800-4999 (operated by PenAir)

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