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The Guide to Star Alliance Silver

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When you earn elite status through an airline that’s part of an alliance, in a way, you’re earning two elite statuses. First, you receive benefits from the airline with which you earned your status. However, you also achieve elite status with that airline’s global alliance. Elite members of United MileagePlus, Air Canada Aeroplan and other…


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