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Miles Run Trip / CX First Class Mistake Fare + Qatar Business Fare

Miles Run Trip / CX First Class Mistake Fare + Qatar Business Fare

  1. TravelFan

    Hello all,

    Could someone let me know how many AAdvantage EQM, EQD, Award Miles I’ll earn as an Advantage Executive Platinum member for the below crazy twice round the world itinerary I’ll be taking?

    #1 YUL to ORD Air Canada/Qatar Business
    #2 ORD to DOH Qatar Business
    #3 DOH to BKK Qatar Business (will then fly Bangkok Airways to Hanoi for overnight)
    #4 HAN to HKG Cathay Pacific Business
    #5 HKG to JFK Cathay Pacific First
    #6 JFK to HKG Cathay Pacific First
    #7 HKG to HAN Cathay Pacific Business (overnight in Hanoi and fly Bangkok Airways to BKK)
    #8 BKK to DOH Qatar Business
    #9 DOH to ORD Qatar Business
    #10 ORD to YUL Air Canada/Qatar Business

  2. David W

    Depends on how you booked – on AA’s website or individually at the airlines website?

    wheretocredit.com tells you what you’d earn – you have to check your tickets for the fare class of each flight.

    If crediting all to AA, they have earnings charts here [URL]https://www.aa.com/i18n/aadvantage-program/miles/partners/partner-airlines.jsp[/URL]

    Air Canada/Bangkok Airways dont earn with AA.

  3. TravelFan

    [QUOTE=”David W, post: 62198, member: 29″]Depends on how you booked – on AA’s website or individually at the airlines website?

    wheretocredit.com tells you what you’d earn – you have to check your tickets for the fare class of each flight.

    If crediting all to AA, they have earnings charts here [URL]https://www.aa.com/i18n/aadvantage-program/miles/partners/partner-airlines.jsp[/URL]

    Air Canada/Bangkok Airways dont earn with AA.[/QUOTE]
    Cathay Pacific and Qatar tickets both booked and paid directly on their respective web sites

  4. David W

    Great! Check your ticket confirmation for the fare class, and then go to each respective airline’s chart on the AA page to find earning rates. You can use gcmap.com to plot your routing to see how many miles each segment is.

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