Alaska Mileage Plan Reduces Mileage Earnings Rates On Air France/KLM

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    Last week we learned about Alaska's Mileage Plan program adjusting mileage earnings rates for travel on British Airways. The changes were drastic on both ends, and very much mirrored the trend we're seeing in the industry -- airlines are awarding more miles for people traveling on full fare/premium cabin tickets, and fewer miles for people traveling on discounted economy tickets. On the low end, we saw mileage for discounted economy tickets drop from 100% to 25%, while on the high end we saw mileage for first class tickets increase from 150% to 300%. Well, it seems like that's not the only partner earnings rate adjustment we should expect from Mileage Plan. As of a couple of days ago, Alaska's Mileage Plan has adjusted mileage earnings rates for travel on Air France & KLM. The post Alaska Mileage Plan Reduces Mileage Earnings Rates On Air France/KLM appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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