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Switching from QFF to BAEC

amaroo

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I'm getting very interested. I'm nearly 2 x LTG and at the end of this current membership year (Feb 19) I'll have P1 for the next 12 months and (hopefully) a soft landing to Plat for another year after that.... just seems like good timing.

BA LTG is not my goal, but since I'm only 50 and have a healthy appetite for long haul holidays - it's something that could easily happen. I'm mostly interested in the upgrade benefits and the benefits that flow by crediting to BAEC for domestic QF travel.

Silly Q - any thoughts on potential negative impact for BA with the (likely) pending Hard Brexit ? I can't think of any....
 

JessicaTam

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I'm getting very interested. I'm nearly 2 x LTG and at the end of this current membership year (Feb 19) I'll have P1 for the next 12 months and (hopefully) a soft landing to Plat for another year after that.... just seems like good timing.

BA LTG is not my goal, but since I'm only 50 and have a healthy appetite for long haul holidays - it's something that could easily happen. I'm mostly interested in the upgrade benefits and the benefits that flow by crediting to BAEC for domestic QF travel.

Silly Q - any thoughts on potential negative impact for BA with the (likely) pending Hard Brexit ? I can't think of any....
I don't think Brexit would have any more effect to BA than any other airline. I am sure they have rechecked all their outlying airport service contracts long ago.
 

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