Reversing flights credited to AAdvantage to earn Qantas status credits?

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rk1

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 19 Oct 2015

Total posts 31

Hi. On a recent trip to the US I had the LAX to DCA (Reagan) flights registered under my AA Advantage number so that I could accumulate some AA Miles. I now realize that the status points are therefore not registered by Qantas. Is there any way I can get Qantas to recognize these flights for my status?

Thanks

AnthonyvB

Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards Plantium

Member since 19 Jun 2013

Total posts 82

Nope.. would be deamned as double dipping

AnthonyvB

Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards Plantium

Member since 19 Jun 2013

Total posts 82

sorry - *deemed*

rk1

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 19 Oct 2015

Total posts 31

Thanks. It is not my intention to double dip but to go back in time and register the flights with my QFF number. If not I guess I will have to put it down to experience.

TheRealBabushka

Member since 21 Apr 2012

Total posts 2,059

Mileage accrual #101.

If ever in doubt, think through the implications of your intended actions. The resulting conundrum may provide solutions or at the very least, further questions to help illustrate and assist in illuminating the issues at hand.

nathanjordan

Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards

Member since 21 Aug 2013

Total posts 47

Short answer - no. Once the door of the plane closes, the chance to change your FF number in the reloc expires.

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