American Airlines AAdvantage miles expire 18 months after you earn them unless there’s some activity in your account. Luckily, you can reset the expiration date by either earning or redeeming miles, which means that there are dozens of ways to keep your miles fresh for your next award flight.
See South America With Stopovers on Alaska Airlines
You might be surprised to find that you can use Alaska Airlines miles to fly to South America. And Alaska’s flexible stopover policy makes its loyalty program, Mileage Plan, a great option for booking that itinerary.
A New Airport Lounge in Orlando
If your delayed or have a layover in Orlando, you might want to check out the airport’s new lounge, The Club at MCO. It comes with all the travel musts, including space to relax, dinner, cocktails, WiFi and a place for the kids play.
Virgin America Offers Spotify and The New York Times
Boredom will not be an issue for travelers flying on Virgin America’s new ViaSat WiFi-equipped aircraft. The carrier will also offer Spotify and The New York Times on board for free through March 2, 2016.
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How to Keep Your United MileagePlus Miles From Expiring
If you take the time to earn miles, you need to be aware of the rules for keeping those miles. Some airlines will claw back your miles if there isn’t any account activity within a certain number of months. In the case of United Airlines, you will forfeit your miles if you do not earn or redeem miles for 18 consecutive months. Let’s talk about what you can do to keep your miles.
See Fiji, Australia and New Zealand With Stopovers on Alaska Airlines
Alaska Airlines allows you to make a free stopover on one-way award flights, even if they’re booked on one of the carrier’s partners. This flexible policy makes it possible to go to multiple destinations without spending more miles. In this post, we’ll look at several possible itineraries that include Fiji, Australia and New Zealand.
Fine Dining in the Air With United Airlines
Looking for better food options when flying? United Airlines is rolling out new premium cabin and economy menu options this season. Flavor and presentation are getting an upgrade with chef-inspired options, such as peppered goat cheese with pumpernickel bread and seafood cioppino.
Free WiFi on JetBlue Flights
Who hasn’t been in the air and wished they could connect to WiFi and stream a movie, play music, surf the web or send an email? JetBlue is gearing up to make that a reality by offering free high- peed internet on all their flights. The airline has already outfitted over 150 Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft with Fly-Fi.
AirGrub Comes to New York and Boston Airports
When you’re home you can order food from GrubHub or Seamless, but have you ever wished you could do the same thing at the airport? If you’re in Kennedy Airport in New York or Logan Airport in Boston, you can. AirGrub has opened up shop in both airports.
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SAS Now Flies From Boston to Copenhagen
SAS, the largest airline in Scandinavia, is introducing new daily nonstop service between Boston and Copenhagen. This route begins March 2016, but tickets are available now.
Baltimore to Orlando From Spirit Airlines
There’s nothing better than a sunny holiday during the winter, and Spirit Airlines is offering just that with its new route between Baltimore and Orlando. These daily flights take off on January 7, 2016.
Delta Adds Five Daily Flights Between Denver and Los Angeles
Starting on June 1, 2016, Delta will fly five times a day between Denver and Los Angeles. Although this is an important nonstop route for Delta’s corporate clients, it’s also a great addition for those traveling for pleasure. Denver’s ski slopes and Los Angeles’ sunny beaches are enough to entice visitors from either city.
JetBlue Is Heading to the Turks and Caicos Islands
JetBlue has recently added a new route to the sunny Caribbean destination of the Turks and Caicos Islands. Flights leave daily from Fort Lauderdale.
Spirit Airlines Will Fly From Seattle to Los Angeles
Spirit Airlines is adding another route to its lineup with two daily flights between Seattle and Los Angeles starting on March 24, 2016. That will bring the carrier’s total number of cities served from Los Angeles up to fourteen.
Delta Introduces Nonstop Flights Between Raleigh-Durham and Paris
Delta‘s rolling out new nonstop transatlantic service from Raleigh-Durham to Paris. The route starts on May 12, 2016, but you can book tickets now.
JetBlue Is Taking Off to Quito, Ecuador
Do you want to check out beautiful colonial architecture, sip some handcrafted Agua de la Vida or zip line through the jungle? If so, you’re not alone. Quito is quickly becoming a hot destination for travelers, and now you get there with JetBlue.
American Airlines Adds Los Angeles to Auckland
American Airlines will be flying daily from Los Angeles to Auckland, New Zealand starting in May 2016.Auckland is trending with travelers for a lot of reasons. Its iconic Sky Tower offers killer views of the Viaduct Harbour, and Auckland Domain, a park built around an extinct volcano is a must-see. Mission Bay Beach is located so close to downtown you could also get in a beach holiday while in the city.
United Airlines Goes To Xi’an, China
Do you want to see the impressive Terracotta Warriors of Xi’an, China? If so, you’ll be excited to learn that United Airlines will be the first U.S. carrier to offer a trans-Pacific route flying directly to the city. Starting on May 8, 2016, flights will leave three times a week from United’s San Francisco hub. The seasonal route will run until October 27, 2016.