Hello, I apologize in advance if I posted this in the incorrect forum. I am hoping to get some guidance on a trip I'm planning to Dublin, London and maybe one other European (Brussels or Madrid?) city in February 2016. I'd like to spend most of my days in Dublin, 4 days; London maybe 3 days and the rest in the other city. I know that's quick but unfortunately I don't get much vacation days. My main concern is knowing which airline(s)/routes to use to get there with my miles/points. I'm currently based in Honolulu, so I would probably fly to LAX or SFO with Hawaiian Air. Or should I consider flying to other hub cities/airports first? Also, I want to fly business/first for the long flight to Dublin or London. Have to admit that I'm so overwhelmed with this, so any relevant advice is much appreciated! Please let me know if I there is anything else I should consider and/or if more information is needed. If it helps, here's my current miles/points balance: Hawaiian Airlines (HawaiianMiles) - 92,464.00 Alaska Airlines (Mileage Plan) - 26,500.00 American Airlines (AAdvantage) - 16,309.00 United Airlines (Mileage Plus) - 3,783.00 (I just applied for the MP Explorer card with 50K bonus, so I'm hoping to fulfill this by October-end) Virgin Atlantic (Flying Club) - 1,500.00 Amex (Membership Rewards) - 10,126.00 Chase - 13,850.00 (awaiting 40K bonus by the end of this month) Citibank (Thank You Rewards) - 51,612.00 Starwood Hotels, etc. (Preferred Guest) - 29,246.00 Many thanks!