Old Feb 8, 16, 5:47 pm
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corncob
 
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Originally Posted by frudd38 View Post
If you were rebooked on AA or AA codeshare, it likely would've been into paid J which would've earned 2/3x eqm so you wouldn't want the original Y flight credit..

Originally Posted by JDiver View Post
No.
I've heard multiple reports of this happening, even though I would imagine it's not the policy and probably happens on accident. Probably something to do with the rebooking, perhaps if it's on a partner. Maybe it has to be on the JL or CX flight number? It wouldn't give you the AA EQM multiplier, but it MIGHT give you the partner one for J which would be better than the AA Y 1xEQM. All that said, you really don't have anything to lose there as worst case scenario you get your ORC of 1xEQM on the AA flight.
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