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Delta transcontinental flights credit into flying blue

Delta transcontinental flights credit into flying blue

  1. Anonymous


    I have been faithful to flying blue for some time to credit Domestic US flights into AF flying blue,, but with the new schema it seems to me that US domestic flights of any length (Hawaii excluded) will credit XP points at an extremely low rate (e.g JFK-SAN in business class would credit only 5 xp while the a LGA-YUL will credit triple than that). Basically same as a European domestic 45minute flight.

    Is my perception correct? If that is the case flying blue has lost much of its appeal for US based members unless you are flying internationally on even shorter flights than many domestic (Canada, or Mex)


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