Lowest Amount of HON Miles ever

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Old Jun 25, 09, 1:39 am
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Originally Posted by roundtheworld View Post
Is that promo gone ?

I have IAD-FRA-JNB coming up a few times this year.
No, the "Buy C, Fly First" is still there for the rest of the year. But AFAIK only for the TATL. Not sure about your FRA-JNB leg.
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Old Jun 25, 09, 3:31 am
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0 for this year, 309000 for last year.
You are half there
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Old Jun 25, 09, 3:43 am
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Buy Business, fly First promo...these tickets were booked in O class with a C/D fare base.
Booked in C fare (not D), C ticket issued and then upgraded for free to O (given availability). BIZ fare status and award miles (200% plus 25% for status) credited.
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Old Jun 25, 09, 9:01 am
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Remember also you can get hon miles in "O" by buying C and upgrading to F with miles or evouchers...
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Old Jun 25, 09, 10:11 am
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What happened to your deal with LH?

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Old Jun 25, 09, 10:14 am
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Originally Posted by TRAVELSIG View Post
Remember also you can get hon miles in "O" by buying C and upgrading to F with miles or evouchers...
since when
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Old Jun 25, 09, 11:29 am
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Originally Posted by DownUnderFlyer View Post
What are HON miles?

I am 7 hours from the next HONourable airport anyway.
Same for me ... I never checked if I actually do accrue HONte miles .
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Old Jun 25, 09, 11:35 am
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Remember also you can get hon miles in "O" by buying C and upgrading to F with miles or evouchers...
How many HON miles then?
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Old Jun 25, 09, 11:38 am
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Originally Posted by tcswede View Post
Jan,
why start a new thread everytime rather than just add your frustration to one of the earlier ones that you have started on the same topic. I think most of us regular posters have grasped that you are a tad disappointed by the HON package. That is absolutely fine - but do respect that others might not be inclined to share your opinion..
Not me!

I am glad to see that much higher elites than I am are similarly disappointed by the evolution of good ol'LH. Makes a reasonable counterbalance to the overall apologetic and euphoric nature of the forum.

And I for one find the account of the OP credible and not unnecessarily exaggerated.
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Old Jun 25, 09, 1:58 pm
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Originally Posted by weero View Post
And I for one find the account of the OP credible and not unnecessarily exaggerated.
while i agree on some of your view, i cant here.

while the HON service is in no way perfect, i experience it on a very regular basis and i know no other HON who is as "unlucky" as the OP.

in my opinion its greatly exaggerated...
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Old Jun 27, 09, 3:54 pm
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Originally Posted by sentom View Post
while i agree on some of your view, i cant here.

while the HON service is in no way perfect, i experience it on a very regular basis and i know no other HON who is as "unlucky" as the OP.

in my opinion its greatly exaggerated...
Well, my personal experience in this year is similar to that of the OP: HON service is great until you are actually on board. No personal greeting in either C or Y (intraeuropean). No assistance in case flight irragularities occur whil on board. No seat blocking. Arbritary rebooking of booked seat without information on international flights (no aircraft changes involved).
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Old Jun 27, 09, 11:19 pm
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since when
Since always.
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Old Jun 28, 09, 1:34 am
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HON service is great until you are actually on board.
This is true
No personal greeting in either C or Y (intraeuropean).
who cares
No assistance in case flight irragularities occur whil on board.
not my experience
No seat blocking.
not my experience
Arbritary rebooking of booked seat without information on international flights (no aircraft changes involved)
.not my experience
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Old Jun 28, 09, 7:21 pm
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who cares
The OP maybe. Seems to be important to some.
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Old Jun 29, 09, 2:11 am
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Originally Posted by DownUnderFlyer View Post
The OP maybe. Seems to be important to some.
I'd really like to know if there is an standard operating procedure in place to greet HON pax ? Some crews on shorthaul do it, others don't.
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