Hi everyone, I recently booked a multi segment international itinerary with US miles involving some flights on US metal and flights on non-US metal (LH and LX). The final destination is India. After ticketing, the agent mentioned a spelling mistake in my first name (a "g" became a "d"). That affects me and my spouse (her middle name is my first name). I asked the agent to correct the tickets, but he said that this was not possible. He added that he did not think it would be a problem and that he put a note in my PNR noting the mistake. Does anyone have any experience in this situation? Is it likely that we would be allowed to fly with these mistakes in our reservations and boarding documents? (I was able to fly to and from India previously on a paid Emirates ticket despite a similar misspelling of my first name but that was about 2 years ago.) If I call back is there any chance I can find a sympathetic agent to correct the mistake? (I'm only a silver with US so I don't have a lot of status.) Or is it better to cut my losses (i.e. the taxes, ticketing fees and mileage redopist fees) and see if I can put together a new itinerary? This is a most distressing situation, and any advice that you all can offer would be greatly appreciated!