Posts on airline frequent flyer loyalty programs on Asian Miler.

Up to 3x Miles on Singapore Airlines Flight to Newark?

There is a lot of excitement for trans-Pacific air travel these days. The recent development is from Singapore Airlines announcing the revival of their nonstop Singapore-New York flight. This is after both Singapore and United Airlines announced competing Singapore-Los Angeles nonstop flights just over the past year. Other sites have confirmed that seats are already bookable for this 19-hour flight, […]

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Mileage Plan Bonus Offers: Up to 50% More Miles

Summer in the north is here, and Alaska Airlines is running another Mileage Plan bonus offer, which may vary for different people. Earlier this month I was targeted for a 40% bonus for a minimum 10000 miles purchased. Perhaps because I took advantage of that offer, I didn’t receive the email now promoting this new bonus circulating over the Internet.

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Club LifeMiles: Subscribe Your Way to Travel Points

Previously we’ve explained the different merits of the Avianca LifeMiles loyalty program, despite the airline itself hailing from South America. The most popular aspect of the program is how you can purchase lots of bonus miles. Now, LifeMiles is trying a different strategy with their subscription-based Club LifeMiles plan.

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Oneworld Earning with Cathay Pacific Asia Miles

In covering the various airline alliances, we’ve pointed out Star Alliance as the largest carrier network. Among frequent fliers, however, oneworld is another major carrier network. This is thanks to the ties Cathay Pacific has and the value its Asia Miles program offers. Why is Asia Miles so popular, and how is it a useful loyalty program? First we discuss a […]

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Search Star Alliance Award Availability

The Star Alliance is the largest international network of airlines in the world. Registering for a frequent flyer program allows you to earn miles when flying for any airline in their alliance. After gaining enough miles, the next step is searching for Star Alliance award availability. Here we discuss the different ways to look for such seats in any class […]

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Double Checking Accrual due to Fare and Earning Changes

Airlines can change mileage earning and redemption rates anytime with little to no warning. US airlines, and especially Delta Air Lines, can frequently tweak these rates much to the detriment of the loyalty program and its members. Last month, Singapore Airlines introduced new fare types, which also included changes to earning rates on some fare classes (Economy Lite which earned you […]

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