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Frequent Flyer Programs that airlines are linked to?

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Melburnian

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Ok I am sure that I am not the first person that has had this question.

Is there a website that lists the frequent flyer programs that will credit if a particular airline is chosen? Eg if I travel on Royal Brunei Airlines, into which programs can I credit the miles to.

Most airlines are very happy to advise that if yiou fly with XXX carrier, we will give you the miles but not the other way around.

I had access to such a site but that is no longer operating :mad:

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Melburnian said:
Ok I am sure that I am not the first person that has had this question.

Is there a website that lists the frequent flyer programs that will credit if a particular airline is chosen? Eg if I travel on Royal Brunei Airlines, into which programs can I credit the miles to.

Most airlines are very happy to advise that if yiou fly with XXX carrier, we will give you the miles but not the other way around.

I had access to such a site but that is no longer operating :mad:
Hi Matt, welcome to AFF.

I don't know of any websites that do this but it is a great idea.
 

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You could try seeing who that airline partners with in their own FF program, then check the partner's website to see if it is reciprocal. I don't recall seeing Royal Brunei on any programs though.
 
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Just looked at the Royal Brunei website and it does not appear they are partnered with any other airline FF program, just hotels, banks and car hire, but Royal Brunei was only used as an example.
 

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Cathay Pacific's "Asia Miles" will credit Royal Brunei flights.
Unaware of a specialozed website for your request however.

If you start a thread, I'm sure people would contribute - may become a sticky thread.
 
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