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Using Korean Miles for Delta Flights

Using Korean Miles for Delta Flights

  1. Anonymous

    Lucky, or Tiffany, or anyone else that knows:

    Now that Delta doesn’t publish an award chart, how do I know if I will be able to use Korean Miles to book a particular Delta flight?

    Example, I’m looking to book a flight from MIA to JAC on March 2, 2017. In First Class, Delta shows two flights from MIA to JAC at the 37,500 mileage level each way. Is that “saver” availability in Delta world? Will I be able to book that with Korean miles?

    This would be easy to figure out if they had an actual award chart

  2. Anonymous

    That’s not saver space, but the best way to search is to actually use If Alaska can book something, so can Korean.

  3. Danny

    [QUOTE=”Tiffany, post: 20756, member: 7″]That’s not saver space, but the best way to search is to actually use If Alaska can book something, so can Korean.[/QUOTE]


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