1800 or 900 points flying F domestic US?

Old Jan 15, 02, 9:37 am
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1800 or 900 points flying F domestic US?

There seems to be confusion in the posts about whether you receive 1800 or 900 service points flying F in domestic US with NW and CO. All NW and CO domestic aircraft are 2 cabin only. Does anyone have any actual experience in how many points are earned?
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Old Jan 15, 02, 9:41 am
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You should get only 900 points by the rules. But the system seem to submit 1800 points sometimes for the lucky ones...
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Old Jan 15, 02, 4:00 pm
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Check the note by Markie of 1 July 2001 relative to flying F with NorthWest in zone E and whether for FD members 900 or 1,800 service points are applied : http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/Forum28/HTML/000171.html



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Old Jan 15, 02, 5:20 pm
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Kurz: Thanks - and as a newcomer to KLM with the Comp deal, let me say your charts have been very useful - I can't beleive the helpdesk is so bad.

Within the US do you know if the same thing will happen with CO - going to C from F?
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Old Jan 16, 02, 3:18 am
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Check the note by MileTex of 12 January 2002 relative to flying F with CO in zone E and whether for FD members 900 or 1,800 service points are applied in : http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/Forum28/HTML/000365.html
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