It was announced last week by Brad Tilden, Chief Executive Officer of Alaska Airlines, that Virgin America and Alaska Airlines would be joining forces. This not only expands the number of destinations that Alaska Airlines travels to but it also creates a jammed packed line-up of both domestic and international airline partners.
What does this mean for you?
More chances to earn miles, rewards, points and even more flexibility on where you can use them.
So where do you start? Follow the network.
Being a member of Alaska Airline’s Mileage Plan links you to 17 other airlines carriers, allowing you to collect points when you fly with any of the below airline brands:
|AeroMexico||Fiji Airways||LATAM Airlines|
|Air France||Hainan Airlines||PenAir|
|American Airlines||Japan Airlines||Quantas|
|British Airways||Iceland Air||Ravn Alaska|
|Cathay Pacific||KLM||Virgin America|
For a full list of Alaska Airline’s Global Partners airline partnerships, click here.
Even better, they have partnerships with Avis, Hertz, Starwood Preferred Guests and Mileage Plus Dining so you can start building your nest egg of miles no matter where you drive to, where you stay or where you dine.
For a full list of where you can use your Alaska Airlines miles and earn bonus miles, click here:
Rewardopoly has always thought of ourselves as brand advocates and with a network so vast it’s hard not to see the great value that comes with being an Alaska Airline Mileage Plan member.
For information on other airline coalitions and networks visit our Associated Partners Page and find the brand and network that works for you.
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