Buying American Airlines AAdvantage miles is a clever way to save money on premium cabin airfares! The idea is to buy miles during special promotions, then to redeem them for flights worth more than what you've paid for the miles. American Airlines runs regular promotions allowing you to save money or earn bonus miles when you buy AAdvantage miles. You can then redeem … [Read more...]
American Airlines is a popular topic at the Australian Frequent Flyer. American Airlines is a Qantas oneworld partner, so it's possible to earn and redeem Qantas frequent flyer points on American Airlines. It is also possible to earn and redeem American Airlines Advantage miles on Qantas flights.
As American Airlines is a oneworld partner of Qantas, you may be able to use the Qantas Club lounge when travelling with American Airlines. Be sure to get a Qantas Club discount if you decide to take advantage of this offer.
The US Department of Transportation (DOT) has officially granted final approval for Qantas to commence its Joint Venture with American Airlines. It follows the tentative approval which was given last month for coordination on trans-Pacific flights between the United States and Australia & New Zealand. The final approval paves the way for Qantas to launch new, non-stop … [Read more...]
The American Airlines Status Challenge offers a fast-track to AAdvantage status and unlocks perks with Qantas and other Oneworld airlines! American Airlines offers the opportunity to earn AAdvantage status by completing a 90-day "challenge" that can be achieved by taking as little as one flight. Anyone can commence an American Airlines status challenge for a small fee. Unlike … [Read more...]
The US government has tentatively approved a joint venture between Qantas and American Airlines on trans-Pacific flights. The Oneworld partners will now be able to work much more closely on flights between Australia, New Zealand and the United States, bringing additional benefits for frequent flyers and opening the possibility of new Qantas routes to North America. Qantas … [Read more...]
Note: All prices quoted in this article are in US Dollars (USD) unless specified. American Airlines charges $50 to join the Admirals Club, and a further $500-600 per year to renew your Admirals Club membership (depending on your AAdvantage status). But, thanks to a little-known agreement between American Airlines and Qantas, you could get Admirals Club access for around a … [Read more...]