Code-share flight stands for when an airline sells tickets under it's name for flights operated by another airline.
Flights that are code-share have two (or more) flight numbers, one for each airline participating, for example code-share number SK8759 between Chicago - Dallas is operated by United Airlines UA1696.
If a member purchases a ticket on a flight that is marketed by SAS or Star Alliance but operated by another airline (i.e. code share flight) the operating airline determines if and how many points the member earns for the flight. The booking class on the ticket may differ from the booking class that the operating airline uses to determine points earned.
Points cannot be earned for flights operated by an airline that is not participating in the EuroBonus program. No points can be earned on SAS charter flights, unless otherwise stated.
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