Finnair currently has a great Business Class sale on flights from Bangkok, Thailand to Europe. You can fly Finnair's A350 Business Class from Bangkok to Helsinki, with onward connections to a choice of European cities including Berlin and Prague, from just $2,120 return. Business Class flights are available for around this price from Bangkok to Berlin, Prague, Amsterdam, … [Read more...]
Non Australian Airlines
Non Australian Airlines is a popular topic at the Australian Frequent Flyer. In this category we provide tips, tricks and chat about Non Australian Airlines including American Airlines, Air New Zealand, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Malaysia Airlines, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, United Airlines, and selected other airlines.
If you want to dive a bit deeper into Non Australian Airlines you should definitely read our on how to fly around the world using the Qantas Oneworld Award as you will be travelling on at least two non-Australian airlines.
Avianca's LifeMiles frequent flyer program has some outstanding specials on buying miles. These deals unlock some extraordinary value on Star Alliance Business and First Class flights when you buy LifeMiles. Unfortunately, dealing with the LifeMiles program can be unnecessarily complicated and redeeming LifeMiles can be a challenge. Nonetheless, there is great value to be … [Read more...]
On 1 January 2019, transfers between Velocity Frequent Flyer and Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer will become more expensive. It's currently possible to transfer points between each program at a 1.35:1 rate. But next year this will increase to a 1.55:1 conversion, representing around a 15% devaluation. Given the upcoming changes to KrisFlyer transfers, you may be wondering … [Read more...]
Virgin Australia Velocity points are a reasonably versatile currency. You can redeem Velocity points to fly with Virgin Australia and 12 other partner airlines. But one of the advantages of Velocity Frequent Flyer is the ability to transfer points to the Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer program. This opens the door to award flights on even more partner airlines. In some cases, … [Read more...]
Avios is the currency of the British Airways Executive Club program. With Avios, short-haul redemptions on Qantas are exceptional value. For example, it costs just 4,500 Avios in Economy or 9,000 Avios in Business to fly from Sydney to Melbourne. Avios are somewhat difficult to earn in Australia. But you can buy Avios directly from British Airways. From time to time, bonuses … [Read more...]