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Who would you pick for F?

Who would you pick for F?

  1. Pauls98

    I have a bunch of AS miles (500K+ and recently did the Starwood to Virgin to Alaska trick). Trying to do a trip to Asia in October/November. Who would you pick to fly F in (I’ve only had one F flight in my life and it was on AA)? Looks like CX, JL and EK might have space. Obviously, EK is MUCH more expensive. Thoughts?? Please and thank you!!

  2. David W

    Well first off, I wouldn’t call the SPG to Virgin to Alaska transfer a trick since it was a legitimate transfer of points.

    That being said, you can’t go wrong with any of your three options since they’re all fantastic ways to fly. I do recommend flying EK F departing Dubai so that you can use the lounge. I also recommend connecting in Hong Kong on a same day first class ticket on either CX or JL so that you can use Cathays The Pier, First lounge.

  3. MarkS

    Did you transfer ALL from Virgin to Alaska? If not you can use Virgin points to fly Singapore FC too.

  4. Anonymous

    Whoever has space, really — those would all be fantastic choices!

  5. Pauls98

    Thank you David, Mark, and Tiffany. I appreciate your wisdom!
    Paul
    [QUOTE=”David W, post: 25784, member: 29″]Well first off, I wouldn’t call the SPG to Virgin to Alaska transfer a trick since it was a legitimate transfer of points.

    That being said, you can’t go wrong with any of your three options since they’re all fantastic ways to fly. I do recommend flying EK F departing Dubai so that you can use the lounge. I also recommend connecting in Hong Kong on a same day first class ticket on either CX or JL so that you can use Cathays The Pier, First lounge.[/QUOTE]
    Thank you, David!

  6. Pauls98

    [QUOTE=”MarkS, post: 25785, member: 2121″]Did you transfer ALL from Virgin to Alaska? If not you can use Virgin points to fly Singapore FC too.[/QUOTE]
    Thanks, Mark!
    [QUOTE=”MarkS, post: 25785, member: 2121″]Did you transfer ALL from Virgin to Alaska? If not you can use Virgin points to fly Singapore FC too.[/QUOTE]
    Thank you, Mark!

  7. Pauls98

    [QUOTE=”MarkS, post: 25785, member: 2121″]Did you transfer ALL from Virgin to Alaska? If not you can use Virgin points to fly Singapore FC too.[/QUOTE]
    Thanks, Mark!

  8. Pauls98

    [QUOTE=”Tiffany, post: 25836, member: 7″]Whoever has space, really — those would all be fantastic choices![/QUOTE]
    Awesome–thanks, Tiffany!

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