Redeeming American Miles On Hawaiian Will Get More Restrictive

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    One of the great things about American is that they don't just partner with oneworld airlines, but they have partnerships with almost a dozen non-oneworld airlines as well, ranging from Alaska to Air Tahiti Nui to Etihad. That presents some great earning and redemption opportunities, given that many of these airlines are quite generous about making award space available. American has a partnership with Hawaiian, whereby you can both earn and redeem AAdvantage miles for travel on Hawaiian. They're quite good about releasing award space on their continental US to Hawaii flights, especially to secondary markets. They have an interesting route network, as they fly to the US mainland, inter-island, and also to quite a few non-US destinations in the Pacific. They operate most of their longer routes with Airbus A330s or Boeing 767s, all of which feature recliner seats in first class. They're more comfortable than standard domestic first class seats, while they're less comfortable than modern day international business class seats. The post Redeeming American Miles On Hawaiian Will Get More Restrictive appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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