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How many Iberia Plus Elite points for Vueling flight ZRH-TFS

How many Iberia Plus Elite points for Vueling flight ZRH-TFS

Old Feb 17, 18, 6:01 am
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How many Iberia Plus Elite points for Vueling flight ZRH-TFS

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How many Iberia Plus Elite points do I earn for a nonstop flight with Vueling from Zurich to Tenerife South? Does it matter whether I book the flight on Iberia.com or Vueling.com? On Vueling.com it is an Excellence fare and on Iberia it is a Flexible fare.

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Old Feb 17, 18, 6:51 am
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Old Feb 17, 18, 10:47 am
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That means I would get 225 Elite points on an Excellence Fare?
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Old Feb 17, 18, 11:56 am
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Correct. Remember to put your IBPlus number while you book your Vueling flight on the Vueling site. It is not possible to add/remove/change FF number, after the booking is done.
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Old Feb 17, 18, 11:59 am
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In principle, Switzerland should be Europe III and Canaries should be Spain.

But they could call it "other flight" just to screw you... because it doesn't go to mainland Spain.
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Old Feb 17, 18, 12:39 pm
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Originally Posted by craigthemif View Post
In principle, Switzerland should be Europe III and Canaries should be Spain.

But they could call it "other flight" just to screw you... because it doesn't go to mainland Spain.
It'd still be 225 based on the distance bands, no? ZRH-TFS is 1900 mi.
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Old Feb 17, 18, 2:46 pm
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Old Feb 18, 18, 3:18 am
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Originally Posted by LupineChemist View Post
It'd still be 225 based on the distance bands, no? ZRH-TFS is 1900 mi.
Distance bands don't apply to "Iberia Group" airlines...
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Old Feb 18, 18, 5:04 am
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I asked Iberia on Twitter and they confirmed that the flight counts as Europe III - Spain.
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