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United is a founding member of the Star Alliance and has a rich history in aviation being established in 1926. In 2010 United Airlines and Continental commenced a merger to form United, to become one of the largest airlines in the world that provides the most comprehensive of global networks.
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Beginning 1 July 2016, United entered the New Zealand market in co-operation with Air New Zealand with the launch of non-stop seasonal services between Auckland and San Francisco.
Earning Airpoints Dollars™ and Status Points between Auckland and San Francisco
As an Airpoints™ member, if you fly on either an Air New Zealand flight number (beginning with NZ) operated by United, or an Air New Zealand operated flight between Auckland and San Francisco, you will earn the same rate of Airpoints Dollars and Status Points. Please check the Air New Zealand tab at our earn rates look-up table.
Earning Airpoints Dollars™ or Status Points on United
When flying on a United operated flight with a United flight number, or on a United operated flight beyond Auckland-San Francisco, earn as per the Partner tab on our earn rates look-up table.
Terms and conditions apply:
Airpoints Dollars and Status Points earn is determined by the partner airline which operates the flight. Status Points are only earned on Star Alliance carrier operated flights. Certain booking classes on partner airlines are not eligible to earn Airpoints Dollars or Status Points. On a partner airline flight, Airpoints Dollars and Status Points may be earned on a flight by flight basis rather than a journey basis. Please note booking class eligibility and earning rates are subject to change without notice and any changes will apply based on the date you travel. This information does not apply to other airline codeshare. Refer to the Airpoints™ terms and conditions more information.