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Valid routing with Krisflyer?

Valid routing with Krisflyer?

  1. Anonymous

    I’m a little confused with SQ’s routing rules.

    Would the following routing work on a saver one way economy award?

    ACC-ADD (stopover) on Ethiopian
    ADD-CAI (stopover) – CDG on Ethiopian/Egyptair

    From what I can tell, as long as saver availability is available on all the legs I should be able to pay the $100 per stopover plus 27,500 miles correct?

    Any other programs off the top of anyone’s head that would work for this?

  2. MarkS

    No stopovers are allowed on one-way tickets.

    According to documentation, a Star Alliance round-trip gets 1 stop over with an additional 3 available at $100 each. But you can’t have any stopovers in the country where travel began, so do they determine the country South Africa or countries of Ethiopia, Egypt? You would have to call for that answer.

  3. Gaurav

    Might be worth it to look into a distance based program like BA for the first couple of legs.

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