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*A: Washington DC to Myanmar from $536 (Air China)

*A: Washington DC to Myanmar from $536 (Air China)

Old Mar 24, 19, 10:23 am
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*A: Washington DC to Myanmar from $536 (Air China)

Pretty good fare.

Google FLights Link: https://www.google.com/flights#flt=/...RGN.2019-09-05*RGN./m/0rh6k.2019-09-16;c:USD;e:1;sd:1;t:f

Skyscanner Link: https://www.skyscanner.com/transport...Trace=#results

Expedia: https://www.expedia-aarp.com/Flights...:Y&mode=search

Hope someone can use it!
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Old Mar 24, 19, 11:20 am
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It books into L inventory which earns 25% award miles / 50% PQMs / 0 PQSs on United. Maybe there are other *A FFPs with better accrual numbers.
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Old Mar 24, 19, 12:52 pm
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100% on Avianca i think
https://www.wheretocredit.com/air-china/l
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Old Mar 25, 19, 8:19 am
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Interesting fare, but sitting in CA longhaul Y is a bit too much for me to handle.
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Old Mar 25, 19, 8:50 am
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Originally Posted by Santander View Post
Interesting fare, but sitting in CA longhaul Y is a bit too much for me to handle.
HA! Yes, I agree. But, there are a lot of flyers out there who don't mind it.
hope someone is able to use the fare.
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Old Mar 25, 19, 1:03 pm
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Originally Posted by Santander View Post
Interesting fare, but sitting in CA longhaul Y is a bit too much for me to handle.
It's tough, but I find that if I take the early CA flight, then I'll just sleep through most of the flight. It's tough to beat the price though.
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Old Mar 25, 19, 1:18 pm
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Originally Posted by lsquare View Post
It's tough, but I find that if I take the early CA flight, then I'll just sleep through most of the flight. It's tough to beat the price though.
No doubt the price is good.. but it is one loong haul lol
If you're someone who can sleep in coach, this is a good one.
And honestly, I can't recommend myanmar enough.
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Old Mar 25, 19, 1:22 pm
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Originally Posted by notiflyr View Post
No doubt the price is good.. but it is one loong haul lol
If you're someone who can sleep in coach, this is a good one.
And honestly, I can't recommend myanmar enough.
It's not easy, but you know, if you're dead tired, you're going to sleep no matter where you are on the plane. It's when you wake up many hours later that you want to hit yourself for putting yourself in that situation.
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