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Mileage Accrual on Royal Air Maroc

Mileage Accrual on Royal Air Maroc

  1. Drew Axelson

    I’m taking a flight on Royal Air Maroc between Casablanca and JFK in economy class (fare code Q). I’m wondering what mileage program is the best to use for getting miles on RAM. It’s not a member of any alliance which makes it more difficult. Another issue is that I’m under 18 so it’s very difficult for me to register with Iberia (which seems like the best option) so that adds another level of complexity to the situation. To my knowledge the only other option are Qatar, Etihad, and RAM’s own mileage program. I have no status with any carriers and fly Delta and Southwest the most followed by American if that makes any difference. If anyone has any advice, it would be much appreciated.

  2. Anonymous

    Hi [USER=1917]@Drew Axelson[/USER], and welcome! I agree that Iberia would be the best option, otherwise I guess Etihad, as they do have some sweet-spot redemptions?

  3. Drew Axelson

    Thank you so much for your reply! Looks like I’m going with Etihad then!

  4. No Name

    [USER=1917]@Drew Axelson[/USER]


    Your knowledge is indeed correct when it comes to where you can credit the miles.

    In the future take a look at this website to easily find where you can credit flights.

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