Redeeming Flight Awards to Europe via Asia

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  1. cssaus

    cssaus Active Member

    Dec 13, 2004
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    I'm interested in knowing if it's possible to redeem a MP award ticket for travel on SQ with a stopover in Rome and then continue onto London via LH. The return flight from LHR would be on SQ via SIN onto SYD with no stopover.
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  2. infoworks

    infoworks Member

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    Short answer is yes, but they will calculate the points for the sectors, so it may require more than you anticipate.
     
  3. clifford

    clifford Established Member

    Jul 6, 2004
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    I did a similar routing earlier this year. There is no additional mileage penalty.

    My routing (Bus class for 120,000 miles) was SYD-SIN-FRA-LIS-MUC(stopover) - FRA-SIN-SYD.

    It's a pretty good deal, actually.
     
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