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    Converting Altitude points to frequent flyer schemes

    I have 900K Altitude points to convert to a frequent flyer scheme. This gives 405K FF points. In the past I have used QF for Classic rewards J flights, J upgrades to Europe and RTW J flights. I am able to convert the points to either QF, Singapore or Malaysia FF points. Can anyone advise the best value scheme for availability and ease of use for J flights to Europe with these 3 FF schemes. Many thanks.

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    Re: Converting Altitude points to frequent flyer schemes

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    I have 900K Altitude points to convert to a frequent flyer scheme. This gives 405K FF points. In the past I have used QF for Classic rewards J flights, J upgrades to Europe and RTW J flights. I am able to convert the points to either QF, Singapore or Malaysia FF points. Can anyone advise the best value scheme for availability and ease of use for J flights to Europe with these 3 FF schemes. Many thanks.
    You cant convert Altitude to QF points,

    You can to SG and MH and VA programs

    (See also this thread)

    http://www.australianfrequentflyer.c...fly-50900.html (Convert westpac altitude points to fly with airline freq flyer programmes)

    I have used had good success on SG (can also book TG flights with SG points and generally get good availability. i am doing CGD/BKK/SYD tomorrow in F on TG, and came over 2 weeks ago on MH) all from Altitude points to SG and MH programs

    VA programs are good to get to AUH via EY metal and onto Europe from there

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    The miles will get you 2 x J return flights with SQ and their Krisflyer program.

    Only move across the miles you need.When in Altitude they don't expire, once they go to SQ the three year clock starts ticking.

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