US Airways changes round trip mileage to sum of one-ways

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Foreigner

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US Airways has historically charged the roundtrip price of the fanciest cabin you fly for a single segment on an award.


For instance, if you booked a roundtrip to Europe with one direction in First Class and one direction in Business Class, you’d pay the roundtrip First Class price of 125,000 US Airways miles.


Now you’ll pay half the roundtrip First Class price plus half the roundtrip Business Class price, or 112,500 miles on a trip to Europe.


US Airways Now Pricing Awards as Sum of One Ways | milevalue.com
 
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So how does MEL-BKK in J then BKK-Euro dest in F / Euro Dest-BKK in F then BKK-MEL in J compute now?

Will be interesting to see... however I wouldn't be expecting any difference. Each 'one way' will be charged at the highest class (F) so potentially no reduction.
 

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I booked a trip about 2 months ago and it was priced exactly this way. It's clear they've been doing this for a while but that it was inconsistent in application until now.
 
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