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Help calculating SC's for US Trip

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NickP

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Hello All

Becasue I cant figure this out and believe me I've tried to use the milage site people keep recomending, I'm requesting the help of the board.

I'd very much like to know what SC's I'd earn for the following trip I've got in a few weeks time, as I might change my flights and travel in a differnt direction.

Option 1.

SYD - SF - QF D (180)
SF - DAL - AA A
DAL - RIC - AA P
RIC - ORD - Eagle M
ORD - SF - AA A
SF - SYD - QF D (180)

or Option 2.

SYD - LHR - QF D (240)
LHR - Denmark quick day trip for meetings then back to LHR
LHR - NY - BA D (100)
NY - RIC AA P
RIC - ORD - Eagle M
ORD - SF - AA A
SF - SYD - QF D (180)

So if I can figure out what I'll get for the US domestic flights might change things round.

As always, any help advice is appreciated.

Chin Chin
 

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SFO-DFW is zone 3 = 120 SCs in first
DFW-RIC is zone 2 = 90 SCs in first
RIC-ORD is zone 2 = 15 SCs in discounted economy
ORD-SFO is zone 3 = 120 SCs in first

LHR-CPH is zone 2 = 60 SCs in business, 15 SCs in discounted economy
NYC-RIC is zone 1 = 60 SCs in first
RIC-ORD is zone 2 = 15 SCs in discounted economy
ORD-SFO is zone 3 = 120 SCs in first

Hope this helps.
 

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Thanks Kiwi F, great help.
I think I'll take the long way round and get the additional SC's - all help in renewing WP status for the following year.

Sorry about the airport codes being out, I'm not that well informed.

Cheers pal.
 

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NickP said:
Sorry about the airport codes being out, I'm not that well informed.

No problem at all - I knew what you meant.

I left NYC city code since you didnt specify which airport (JFK/LGA/EWR/HPN) and I'm too lazy to look it up. Regardless of which airport NY-RIC is zone 1.
 
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