If you read my previous article, you know I’m in Chicago now to attend FTU. Here to gain some tips and tricks to share with you in the coming weeks.
Let me tell you a bunch of travel tricks, hacks, and maneuvering I’ve done to take advantage of miles,
I’ve never been to Frequent Traveler University before, and am a bit excited to go. In case you aren’t aware, FTU is basically a travel hacking conference. According to the FTU website:
Frequent Traveler University is the world’s premier educational series of seminars devoted to teaching traveler’s the best way to maximize their frequent flyer miles,
We previously explained that buying frequent flyer miles can be a cheap way of booking premium cabin flights. In this article we will look at the frequent flyer scheme of Alaska Airlines, a surprisingly cheap way for people based in Asia to fly.
Alaska Airlines’ frequent flyer scheme is called Alaska Miles.
We previously explained that buying frequent flyer miles can be a cheap way of booking premium cabin flights. In this article we will look at the frequent flyer scheme of Avianca, the Colombian flag carrier which has been flying for almost a century. Despite not being well known in Asia,
A lot of people use Asia Miles or other frequent flyer miles to make journeys which would otherwise be costly. We’ve previously shared articles comparing Asia Miles to other One World loyalty programmes, setting out some good value short distance redemptions using Asia Miles and more.