A few weeks back the new, increased pricing from American Airlines for AAdvantage redemptions came into force.
Many readers are still likely to want to redeem AAdvantage miles from miles purchased from promos in the past, or to keep earning them given that the pricing is still usable for good value Business Class (and not so much, First) for a range of destination.
Given how many guides I’ve published on AAdvantage over the last couple of years relied on the old pricing, it was worth going back and updating them.
Here’s what’s been updated.
If you know nothing about AAdvantage, read this. If you’re already somewhat informed, no need.
Route & airline options when using American Airlines AAdvantage miles to get to Europe from Australia or New Zealand →
Thinking of a trip to Europe? Here’s how to use AAdvantage miles to do so.
Want to do the long trek from WA to New Zealand in comfort? Using AAdvantage miles is definitely still an option.
Qatar Airways are in the midst of launching into Australia, with Sydney – Doha flights coming online in March and Adelaide – Doha in May. AAdvantage redemptions are a useful option.
Cheap domestic Qantas Business Class redemptions by combining purchased Starwood points and transfers to British Airways or American Airlines →
Using purchased Starwood points to redeem for Qantas domestic Business Class via points transfers to AAdvantage (or British Airways Avios).
How to buy miles and points to redeem for cheap domestic Business Class travel on Qantas and Virgin Australia →
In this guide, we compare three programs, Virgin America’s Elevate, Alaska Mileage Plan and American Airlines’ AAdvantage for buying miles to redeem for Domestic Business Class on Qantas and Virgin Australia.