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hiima Mar 23, 16 3:41 pm


Originally Posted by ny911 (Post 26376542)
So has KIX F service been officially suspended? I have an used award ticket got downgraded on KIX flight too.

When you get downgraded, do you get compensation of some sort?

miamiflyer8 Mar 24, 16 2:05 am

Does the JFK-YVR always have F class?

HKGglobaltrotter Mar 24, 16 3:01 am


Originally Posted by miamiflyer8 (Post 26378887)
Does the JFK-YVR always have F class?

Yes!

miamiflyer8 Mar 24, 16 3:06 am


Originally Posted by HKGglobaltrotter (Post 26379015)
Yes!

Thanks.

ny911 Mar 24, 16 3:59 am


Originally Posted by hiima (Post 26376818)
When you get downgraded, do you get compensation of some sort?

Just refund the miles difference between J and F in propotion to the total journey.

hiima Mar 24, 16 5:19 pm


Originally Posted by ny911 (Post 26379108)
Just refund the miles difference between J and F in propotion to the total journey.

What if it's a partner award?

ny911 Mar 31, 16 2:46 pm


Originally Posted by hiima (Post 26376818)
When you get downgraded, do you get compensation of some sort?

Since my AM OW redemption has been partially used, so the difference of miles between F and J on my OW award would be refunded in pro rata, which is far behind the difference on regular fares.

lingua101 Apr 19, 16 5:39 am

For Europe, which destination served with F?

LHR, FRA and CDG only?

moops380 Apr 19, 16 9:54 am

zrh, mxp, dus?

agjil Nov 8, 16 12:55 pm

delete

FlyEurope Nov 8, 16 2:33 pm


Originally Posted by moops380 (Post 26506490)
zrh, mxp, dus?

Europe flights with F are LHR, CDG (only on the midnight depature ex HKG), AMS, FRA, ZRH and MXP.

DUS doesn't have F anymore since it moved to a 359.

sic incognito Nov 8, 16 2:53 pm


Originally Posted by FlyEurope (Post 27454668)
Europe flights with F are LHR, CDG (only on the midnight depature ex HKG), AMS, FRA, ZRH and MXP.

DUS doesn't have F anymore since it moved to a 359.

Nope.

lewisyu Nov 8, 16 7:59 pm


Originally Posted by FlyEurope (Post 27454668)
Europe flights with F are LHR, CDG (only on the midnight depature ex HKG), AMS, FRA, ZRH and MXP.

DUS doesn't have F anymore since it moved to a 359.

AMS always uses 77G. MXP will soon switch to 359.

QRC3288 Nov 9, 16 9:39 am


Originally Posted by FlyEurope (Post 27454668)
Europe flights with F are LHR, CDG (only on the midnight depature ex HKG), AMS, FRA, ZRH and MXP.

DUS doesn't have F anymore since it moved to a 359.

I don't understand how folks dig up a 7 month old post, and then answer incorrectly to boot?

Anyway, this guy isn't totally right: AMS does not have F, not for a while either. It's not a recent thing.

As a smaller quibble, not all the LHR flights have F either. The differentiation the poster quoted makes for CDG is correct but LHR also requires a qualifier. You can find an accurate accounting of what planes /config / flight # fly where at this site we maintain, (and I hopelessly try to get folks to refer to)!

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...qK1TjaSS6M/pub

bagold Nov 9, 16 5:11 pm


Originally Posted by lewisyu (Post 27455886)
AMS always uses 77G. MXP will soon switch to 359.

Has MXP been announced? I thought MXP was keeping F on that route?


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