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Milage earnings in Rev-based Frequent flier programs

Milage earnings in Rev-based Frequent flier programs

  1. Anonymous

    Yesterday I noticed my dad was near a RT domestic award for our family on AA I then told him about what rev-based meant and he thaought it was great because; “buisness travelers are not spend-sensitive and are a large customer base” he talked about how on short flights it would help his milage earnings and I was thinking: if he bought 500$ tickets for the 2 of us would he get 7000 points(as AAdvantage gold) or would I get 2500 points (without status) and he get 3500 points?

  2. David W

    It’ll be the latter scheme where your father will earn miles for flying based on his own status and you’ll earn your own miles based on your status.

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