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How many delta miles for round trip on Concord?

How many delta miles for round trip on Concord?

Old Sep 20, 02, 12:02 pm
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How many delta miles for round trip on Concord?

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Old Sep 20, 02, 12:20 pm
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Old Sep 20, 02, 2:33 pm
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And that includes domest FC to NY, so its really a steal.

I just made the trip a few weeks for my honeymoon.
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Old Sep 20, 02, 11:11 pm
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And, it's Concorde! :-)
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Old Sep 21, 02, 6:21 am
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Can the Concorde be part of a RTW award trip?
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Old Sep 21, 02, 1:36 pm
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by NoStressHere:

Can the Concorde be part of a RTW award trip?
Not officially, but F tickets have been known to be rerouted onto Concorde at times (more common on BA than on AF). But DL doesn't offer an RTW award in first class, so that diminishes the chances a bit. I'd say there is zero chance with AF.
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Old Sep 21, 02, 2:31 pm
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Do you want to ride Concorde to actually get somewhere, or just for the sake of riding it? If the latter, I suggest you use your DL miles for a BizE flight to CDG... and then take advantage of one of AF's Supersonic Flights For All which is a tour of Paris, a tour of CDG's maintenance facilities, and a 2hour supersonic luncheon aboard Concorde... for only $1300.

Incredible deal really, considering that a typical Concorde flight can cost nearly ten times that amount by itself! Also, dont forget the BizE flight in that as well

Faire du ciel le plus bel endroit de la terre c'est impossible sans Concorde!

Try the Unofficial Continental Dictionary

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