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Multi-sector PNR with codeshares – multiple programmes to credit to?

Multi-sector PNR with codeshares – multiple programmes to credit to?

  1. Anonymous

    G’day all,

    I am looking at booking a multi-sector PNR via QF with a combo of both QF & AA sectors that can obviously have their frequent flyer points credited wherever I need them to be credited (QFFF or AAdvantage etc), but for the codeshare sectors that are with AC (I know – weird, huh? QF sell them though); can these be retroactively (or otherwise) credited to an appropriate separate programme? e.g. Avianca LifeMiles or United Mileage Plus? I rarely mix alliances within one PNR!

    Cheers!

  2. MidSouthSkier

    I know that one time I had a single PNR with 3 segments on DL and one on AA. I was able to retroactively call and get the one AA segment credited to my AA account.

  3. David W

    Tell the gate agents you want to update your FFN – they should be able to. If not, keep all your boarding passes and such and claim credit after the flight.

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