Last-minute award availability can be a very useful backdoor opportunity to fly in a premium cabin, so let’s look at which airlines are most consistent in releasing last-minute space.
In this week’s video, I share with you all the glorious details of the seven best First Class airlines I’ve flown with so far, as well as how you can use points to book them for yourself.
It’s now finally possible to redeem Alaska miles on Singapore Airlines. The unparalleled access to premium awards is balanced out by higher redemption rates, but a few new sweet spots do emerge.
Annoyed by the Aeroplan search engine and stumped by surcharges? This week’s video gives you a step-by-step tutorial on how to use Aeroplan properly to book amazing trips to your dream destinations.
With a particularly generous distance-based award chart, Cathay Pacific Asia Miles can deliver tremendous value if you know how to maximize the program. Here are a handful of the best sweet spots.
We go over the concept of minimum connection times, which you’ll need to respect when you’re trying to piece together complex award itineraries with multiple connecting flights.
I’ll be attending Euro 2020 next summer, and I leveraged Aeroplan’s layover policies to build a “Balkan Hopper” on the way from Bucharest to Bilbao via Skopje, Zagreb, Sarajevo, and Prague.
Here are the airlines that give you the best chance of finding 3+ business class award seats on the same flight, to help those of you travelling in larger groups extract maximum value from your miles.
Marriott Bonvoy has implemented peak and off-peak rates across all 7,000+ hotels, adding another layer of complexity to the pursuit of free hotel nights through the Bonvoy program.
As of September 1, you can only include one stopover or one open-jaw on Aeroplan round-trip bookings, bringing an end to one of Canada’s best redemption sweet spots. What now?