Alitalia MilleMiglia - Air One
May 28, 12, 2:40 pm
I am booked on a Air One ticket.
Where/how can I add my Air France Flying Blue number?
How can I figure out what booking class I have (it says only "Go" on my reservation receipt)
May 28, 12, 10:53 pm
The link you have posted in the other thread:
actually only lists Air One CityLiner as a partner. Air One CityLiner no longer exists, but near the beginning of the merger between Alitalia and Air One in 2009, Air One had a subsidiary called Air One CityLiner which must have been valid for FB miles back in the day. The Air One CityLiner code "CT" is still used on some Alitalia flights out of Milan-Linate, but they are simply Alitalia flights.
The Air One you are talking about is the new Air One that Alitalia created in 2010 as a low cost subsidiary, and the only FF benefit is that MilleMiglia members earn some miles and a qualifying flight in "SMART" and above fares. Also almost all Air One flights are code-shared with AZ.
In short, you won't be getting any miles or FF benefits at all on your flights (sorry!).
Also, being semi low-cost type airline, there are only three fare classes on Air One:
"SMART", normal fare.
"VALUE", full fare.
Jun 7, 12, 5:11 pm
Hmmm???? My tickets show "GO". That means, according to you, that I won't get any AF benefits. ---> Lesson learned: I won't book any other AZ flights...
What confuses me also: One ticket shows "20 kg baggage" the other shows "0 kg baggage". What a joke. Will I get a free bag on the one ticket and have to pay on the other? Grrr!
Jun 9, 12, 9:37 am
Please excuse me, but Air One is a completely different airline from Alitalia, so there's no point in saying they're the same thing. Air One is the low cost subsidiary and flights are clearly sold as such on a separate website.
If you bought the ticket on the Alitalia website (=code-share), then the luggage is included, but as on any code-share flight you can't expect to get FB benefits when the operating airline isn't even a SkyTeam member!
Nonetheless enjoy your flight.
PS. For future reference consider Air One as similar to what Transavia is for Air France - no real connection with the parent airline. The only difference is that Alitalia has a code-share on all Air One flights to allow for a minimum number of connections.