I was thinking about asking this in one of the two threads about the Tango threads, but considering some of the posts, maybe I should be asking this separately... Not being a true "frequent flyer" (just being honest here), I'm getting a little confused (and this still after lurking here). I know if you fly on another Star Alliance partner, you can get miles. I also know that to qualify for status, you need to fly at least 10k miles on a real Air Canada flight. So let me propose this scenario... Flight 1: YYZ to SIN on AC (approximately 9k miles each way based on the timetables I have seen, assuming 5-6k of that is on AC and assuming Tango fares) Flight 2: YYZ to TPE on UA based on their cheapest fare (no clue what the actual mileage for this) Flight 3: YYZ to MEL on UA based on their cheapest fare (also no clue what the mileage is for this) Combined, I'm guessing maybe 30-40k miles combined, maybe more. So my question is, if I provide my travel agent with my Aeroplan card, I know I will only get half the AE miles for Flight 1, but will I get credited 100% AE miles for flights 2 and 3? (And possibly status)? (This is normally more than I fly in a year, but I'm just curious as I hopefully will be flying more). Thanks.