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Question: Does a United Air flight qualify as a segment in Altitude?

Question: Does a United Air flight qualify as a segment in Altitude?

Old Sep 19, 19, 5:14 pm
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Does a United Air flight qualify as a segment in Altitude?

Does anyone know if a United Airlines flight booked directly on Unitedís website would qualify for a segment on Aeroplan/Altitude?

booked economy (K) LAX to OGG

Iím not worried about the AQM or AQD but need the AQS
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Old Sep 19, 19, 5:27 pm
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https://www.aeroplan.com/earn_miles/...rtner=United#/

If it earns a mile it earns a segment.

EDIT: You obviously need to have your Aeroplan number attached to the booking as well. Whether you buy it from United or any *A airline, through an OTA, etc.
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Old Sep 19, 19, 11:08 pm
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Originally Posted by YCDtraveller View Post
Does anyone know if a United Airlines flight booked directly on Unitedís website would qualify for a segment on Aeroplan/Altitude?

booked economy (K) LAX to OGG

Iím not worried about the AQM or AQD but need the AQS
And with this being your first post, Welcome to FT.
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Old Sep 19, 19, 11:48 pm
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Thanks guys
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Old Sep 20, 19, 8:58 am
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Originally Posted by YCDtraveller View Post
Does anyone know if a United Airlines flight booked directly on United’s website would qualify for a segment on Aeroplan/Altitude?

booked economy (K) LAX to OGG

I’m not worried about the AQM or AQD but need the AQS
It qualifies for the Altitude Segment but for FYI the AQM doesn't count towards the Million Mile Candidate.
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