Consolidating airline miles
Members of each oneworld alliance airline are able to earn and redeem miles with their airline partners – so when you're ready to redeem your miles or points for a travel award, oneworld brings you more options than ever.In order to earn tier status within a oneworld airline's programme, a customer must travel a minimum number of flights operated by that airline.But I do not believe you can mix and match miles from different programs on the same award ticket.Going forward, I think your best strategy will be to choose one of those programs and accumulate all of your miles there, regardless of which carrier's metal you happen to be flying on.Basically the only seats available were the easypass seats so it would take 280k each to make this trip.I am doing the trip in FIRST class in Singapore airlines through Delta for 120k. I would read the promotional stuff fine print and call an airline - as recently as 2 years ago one was able to combine miles on American and USAir (I know it was, because we did it to get 4 tickets to Seattle).If you are a member of American Airlines AAdvantage® Program, British Airways Executive Club, Cathay Pacific Marco Polo Club, Finnair Plus, JAL Mileage Bank, Iberia Plus, LANPASS, TAM Fideledade, Malaysia Airlines Enrich, Qantas Frequent Flyer, Qatar Airways Privlege Club, Royal Jordanian Royal Plus, S7 Priority or Sri Lankan Fly Smi Les your rewards and privileges are extended throughout the oneworld® alliance.
For details of redeeming miles with your airline frequent flyer programme, simply click on your programme below.
Nine Sky Team members currently participate in the program: Aeroflot, Aeromexico, Air France, China Airlines, China Southern, Czech Airlines, Delta Air Lines, KLM and Korean Air.