The American Airlines AAdvantage program is a popular oneworld alternative to the Qantas Frequent Flyer program. AAdvantage status comes with perks such as system-wide upgrades, and AAdvantage miles are considered by many to be more valuable than Qantas points. Having recently moved to the USA, one Qantas Platinum member is currently weighing up the pros & cons of … [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.
Read our guide how to transfer SPG points for travel on different airlines to learn how to earn American Advantage miles by transferring points you earn from hotel stays, or even from other airlines!
American Airlines recently began daily flights between Sydney and Los Angeles. With four other airlines flying the route, including American's partner Qantas, how does the new service stack up? Numerous members have already tried out the new flight. The answer seems to depend on the class of travel you're flying. American Airlines uses new Boeing 777-300ER aircraft … [Read more...]
American Airlines has announced a major devaluation of its popular AAdvantage frequent flyer program. Among other things, Australian travellers will be most affected by the increased rates for redeeming miles on flights. But the changes go further. American is changing the way members can qualify for elite status, as well as removing some benefits from its most frequent … [Read more...]
There are countless ways to earn frequent flyer points within Australia through our local programs, Qantas and Virgin Velocity Frequent Flyer. Both programs offer a range of linked credit cards and dozens of local retailer partners. This makes the accrual of frequent flyer points relatively easy - even if you’re an infrequent flyer. But there are other international programs … [Read more...]
Many of our members are bracing themselves for the day the US Airways Dividend Miles and American Airlines AAdvantage programs merge next month. Dividend Miles has been a very popular program amongst our members, largely due to the ability to buy cheap miles to use in premium cabins on oneworld airlines. Next month, however, the program will cease to exist. All previously … [Read more...]