Right - so unfortunately most AA domestic First now earns Business SC following changes by AA a year or two ago:They were both one way in the middle of February
*Domestic First eligible fare classes are J, D, I, C and U on 2-cabin aircraft.
So I can't trust QF's Calculator?
given these screenshots what is QF's argument that its wrong?Just enter Business for class of travel, for USA domestic flights on the QF calculator, unless you are flying First Class on 3-cabin transcontinental.
I would suggest re-reading my post.given these screenshots what is QF's argument that its wrong?
A new PNR would need to be generated during the promo period.can anyone confirm if a credit voucher can be used to book flights in the double status credit promo ? Had a cancelled flight some time ago and was issued a voucher with a code to claim.
just don't want to run the risk of not getting the extra status credits
LATAM leaves Oneworld this week though don't they? So can't see it being much use.Fortaleza-Miami return trip on LA for $757
Routing FOR-GRU-LIM-MIA rtn in J with FOR-GRU in W for $757!
Yields 15420QFFP and 410SC for $1.8463 SC/$
A bargain. if.....
Also, 610TP for our BAEC minded friends for $1.241 TP/$
They do, but Qantas are crediting SC until 30 September:LATAM leaves Oneworld this week though don't they? So can't see it being much use.
Indeed, I don't believe us BAEC earners have any concessions past Friday either.