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Business Class redemption using Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan on Korean Air

Business Class redemption using Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan on Korean Air

  1. Anonymous

    Hello Ben

    I’m trying to redeem Korean Air business class for 1 adult passenger and 1 infant using Alaska’s Mileage Plan miles. However, their website did state that infants needs a separate ticket since Korean’s air policy is I think 15% of the miles value for infants.

    My question is – is it possible for me to redeem the adult business class ticket using Mileage Plan and then add on the infant using my Skypass miles?

    I think the rule was placed on Alaska’s Mileage Plan instead of Korean’s Air…but I could be wrong. Thoughts?


  2. Anonymous

    Hi Anne,

    You know, I’m not sure. Alaska won’t be able to issue an infant ticket on a partner carrier regardless, but I don’t know if Korean will allow an infant mileage ticket without an adult SkyPass ticket on the same reservation. You can certainly pay for an infant ticket.

    I’d probably start by calling them.

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