American Airlines is offering bonus AAdvantage miles in addition to a 10% discount on miles purchased by 8 February 2018. With the current American Airlines Buy Miles promotion, you'll get 10% off when buying at least 20,000 AAdvantage miles. There are also bonus AAdvantage miles on offer, with the bonus amount increasing as you buy more miles: American Airlines … [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.
Using American Airlines AAdvantage miles within Australia is excellent value, with any domestic route costing 20,000 miles in Business class. Why not take advantage of this deal to cross the country and visit far-flung destinations like Broome, Darwin, Perth, Cairns or Hobart? The Opportunity Did you know that you can fly Qantas Business class to any destination in … [Read more...]
Jet Airways is a full-service airline based in Mumbai. If you're planning a trip to India, you can redeem Qantas points or American Airlines AAdvantage miles to book Jet Airways award flights. Update: Jet Airways ceased operations in April 2019. The Opportunity If you have Qantas points and are planning a trip to India, Qantas will only get you part of the way. … [Read more...]
If you regularly fly with American Airlines, Admirals Club lounges provide a welcome sanctuary away from the hustle & bustle of crowded airports. Entry to the Admirals Club doesn't come cheap though, with American Airlines charging $500 per year for membership. But if you're a U.S. resident, did you know that you can gain unlimited access to Admirals Club airport lounges … [Read more...]
The United States has traditionally been a popular destination for frequent flyers looking for an inexpensive path to Qantas status. Two classes of service are offered on most American Airlines domestic flights, where the premium cabin is marketed as "First class" rather than the usual "Business class". Domestic First class tickets on American are typically inexpensive, and … [Read more...]