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Old Sep 24, 18, 12:45 am
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Ac sjc-pek r/t $294

https://www.google.com/flights/#flt=...341*.USD.29341

SJC-YVR-PEK-YVR-SJC. YVR-PEK-YVR can be on CA metal. Books into fare class K, 50% RDM to UA, etc. 12220 miles flown. Plenty of availability through Nov and Feb-Apr.

Only bookable on AC's own site.

Pretty amazing deal IMO, whether for a mileage run or for an actual trip. Miserable flight though - the TPAC leg is on either AC's 77W 3-4-3 (400 or 450 seat config depending on dates), or CA's similarly dense 3-4-3 77W. I didn't see any dates with CA's 3-3-3 config, but I also didn't look too hard.
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Old Sep 24, 18, 3:17 pm
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CA or AC? Link goes to Air Canada but your thread title says AC and the body of your post says both CA and AC.

Note: AirCanada.com shows flights operated by AC and CA so you can choose either it appears.

This books into AC "K" class which earns 50% RDM and 100% PQM on United.

if I lived anywhere near SJC I would jump on this. What a great fare.

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Old Sep 24, 18, 10:40 pm
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CA or AC? Link goes to Air Canada but your thread title says AC and the body of your post says both CA and AC.

Note: AirCanada.com shows flights operated by AC and CA so you can choose either it appears.

This books into AC "K" class which earns 50% RDM and 100% PQM on United.

if I lived anywhere near SJC I would jump on this. What a great fare.

-RM
Ticketed on AC, but the TPAC segment can be either AC or AC codeshare of CA metal.

https://www.google.com/flights/#flt=...341*.USD.29341
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Old Sep 25, 18, 5:55 pm
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Is there a way to route this via a third country to make it visa free? Or have to nest separate tickets?
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