Old Mar 13, 04, 7:41 am
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worldtraveler19
 
Join Date: Jan 2004
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by Efrem:
And did anyone forget that mile & VIP upgrades don't apply to code-shares? You pay for where you want to sit, period. Since I find overseas upgrades to be one of the best uses of miles and just about the only practical use of VIPs, that's a real issue. (If you normally fly in paid international F, which I don't, your feelings would differ.)</font>
yes...what you say is very true...yet, it is nice to be able to get not only miles, but bonus miles and elite qualification points on codeshare flights when previously you got none on transatlantic operated BA. Bottom line, still fly on AA flights whenever you can for all the perks...
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