Ua: Icn-cor $3,006 rt

Old Feb 23, 17, 7:31 am
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Ua: Icn-cor $3,006 rt



- long trek at almost 26,000 miles flown

- books into P for United and K for Aerolineas Argentina

- 24,722 PQM on UA

- Aeroplan seems to credit P class at 150%

https://www.google.com/flights/#sear...017-03-14;sc=b
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Old Feb 23, 17, 4:54 pm
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UA credits P at 200%. Pretty sure you'd be getting ~49,424 PQM on UA.
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Old Feb 23, 17, 9:35 pm
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Originally Posted by MightyTravels View Post


- long trek at almost 26,000 miles flown

- books into P for United and K for Aerolineas Argentina

- 24,722 PQM on UA

- Aeroplan seems to credit P class at 150%

https://www.google.com/flights/#sear...017-03-14;sc=b
AR is SkyTeam while UA is *A. Are you sure that the AR flights can be credited to UA?

ADDED: Sorry but I just realized that despite the OP talking about fare class K on AR, the displayed schedule uses LATAM Argentina, not Aerolinas Argentinas. These are completely different airlines.
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Old Feb 23, 17, 9:50 pm
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Originally Posted by MSPeconomist View Post
AR is SkyTeam while UA is *A. Are you sure that the AR flights can be credited to UA?

ADDED: Sorry but I just realized that despite the OP talking about fare class K on AR, the displayed schedule uses LATAM Argentina, not Aerolinas Argentinas. These are completely different airlines.
GF shows LATAM but United.com shows Aerolineas for me. Might be depending on the day.
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Old Feb 24, 17, 12:20 pm
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You can also get this to price with Copa segments or GOL. Copa means PTY-COR on a 737 but they do have leg rests on some of their longer routes.

I was playing with it to see if you can get ICN-NRT-FRA-EZE-COR but it doesn't seem possible.
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