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Where to Credit United Ticket flying on Lufthansa Metal

Where to Credit United Ticket flying on Lufthansa Metal

  1. Leonardo M

    Hello,

    I’m flying soon the following route:
    Sfo-fra-lin (class S)
    Fco-muc-sfo (class w)

    Ticket is a United ticket (starts with 016).
    All flights operated by Lufthansa.

    Total miles should be 12,349 (per mapper)

    I’m United Gold. So I should be getting 8x the fare paid, correct? No additional bonuses?

    Being this a United ticket, if I wanted to credit the mileage to my Singapore KrysFlier account instead will I be earning 100% (so 12,349 KrysFlier miles) per their United accrual chart? Or because it’s a Lufthansa operated flight will the KrysFlier accrual go by the Lufthansa partner chart instead, so 50%)?

    Thanks!
    Leonardo

  2. PhatMiles

    Look if this helps a bit:
    [URL]http://onemileatatime.boardingarea.com/2016/05/19/best-star-alliance-program/[/URL]

  3. Gaurav

    Also check out wheretocredit.com

  4. Leonardo M

    [USER=522]@PhatMiles[/USER] Thank you! I had forgotten about that post from Ben. Very informative.

    [USER=79]@Gaurav[/USER] So if I understand correctly it’s the airline that markets the flight that counts, so in my case on wheretocredit.com i should look at United chart being a United ticket and not LH, right? That’s the confusing part, sorry for the silly repetitive question.

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