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United FF Award- Partner Airline Seat Selection

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I'm planning on booking a United FF award to Bangkok for early next year. One has to book that far in advance at times to get seats. In looking at my options most of them include a partner airline. I can select my seats on United online but it does not allow me to select my seats on the partner airline. In most cases its Thai but in some cases its Asianna or All Nippon. How can I select my seats on these partner airlines? I want to be able to confirm my seating at the time of booking (and not 24 hours before flight time as I have seen before in some cases). Is it even possible to get seats at the time of booking and be confirmed for those seats. I don't want to risk getting lousy seats on that portion of our journey.

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