Question on JAL accrual rate

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Awesom Andy

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Would anyone know how to work out which accrual rate when booking a JAL international ticket with a domestic connection? (e.g. SIN-HND-ITM)? The Qantas website only uses F, J, and Y as booking codes listed for the dom flights, so not exactly helpful, it seems.
 
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If you use your airport codes on the QF earning points calculator, to shows a total of 1066 points and 35 status credits for discount Y.
 

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If you use your airport codes on the QF earning points calculator, to shows a total of 1066 points and 35 status credits for discount Y.

The calculator does not take account of the booking class code though. The table reads something like this:

Y (Domestic)
Discount Economy
0.50 -
Y (Domestic)Economy
1
-
J (Domestic)
Discount Economy Plus Premium Surcharge
0.60 -
J (Domestic)Economy Plus Premium Surcharge110%
F (Domestic)Discount Economy Plus First Surcharge1 -
F (Domestic)Economy Plus First Surcharge150%

So I'm hoping for a way to work out 1. whether a booking is eligible (the dom booking uses the same booking code as the international sectors, i.e. FAJCDIYBHVMLV etc), and 2. how to know which of the 2 lines to use on the above table.
 
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