|Quoting Gilesdavies (Thread starter):|
I am a US Airways Dividend Miles member and was looking at topping up my miles and was thinking of flying LHR-EDI retrun in August using BMI...
BMI have got some really good fares for only £4 each way plus tax, these fares are classified as "Tiny" fares, and are designated as "N" tickets. BMI only award there own frequent flyers 25% of the miles flown on this ticket.
However if I go to the US Airways website it states with this kind of ticket I should earn the actual miles flown or a minimum of 500 miles if the route is less. Which is the case with LHR-EDI as it is about 350 miles.
Can I just clarify with anyone that knows the US Airways or BMI frequent flyers programme that I will actually earn these miles.
|Quoting FCYTravis (Reply 3):|
I would call up the Dividend Miles Service Center and just ask the airline staff.
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