- 1 How do I use Asia Miles on Cathay Pacific?
- 2 How do I add Asia Miles to my flight?
- 3 Can I convert Asia Miles to cash?
- 4 Can I use my miles to book a flight?
- 5 What can I spend Asia Miles on?
- 6 Do Asia Miles expire?
- 7 Can I use my Asia Miles for someone else?
- 8 How do I claim lost Asia Miles?
- 9 How do I transfer points to Asia Miles?
- 10 Can you transfer miles to another person?
- 11 How does Asia Miles redemption group work?
- 12 Is it cheaper to buy miles for a ticket?
- 13 What are miles for flights?
How do I use Asia Miles on Cathay Pacific?
How can I redeem Asia Miles? If you are redeeming flight awards, Upgrades Awards or Companion Ticket Awards with Cathay Pacific, log on to www.cathaypacific.com, then redeem and book your flights through the Online Booking Service.
How do I add Asia Miles to my flight?
To make a claim for these missing miles, log in to your account, go to “Manage your Miles “, click “Claim missing Miles “, and select “Claim airline Miles “. Follow the instructions to complete the process. Just make sure you do so after 7 days, but within 6 months of the travel date.
Can I convert Asia Miles to cash?
While you cannot transfer miles directly to another member’s account, you can use your Asia Miles to redeem awards for your Redemption Group Nominees.
Can I use my miles to book a flight?
Yes, you may use Pay with Miles to book someone else’s ticket. You can use Pay with Miles for multiple tickets—you just need to have 5,000 miles per passenger available and they must be on the same itinerary.
What can I spend Asia Miles on?
If you’ve purchased a First or Business class ticket, you can use your Asia Miles to redeem a companion ticket for anyone. Fly in extra comfort in Economy Class by redeeming seats that offer you more personal space. Travel in style by using your miles to upgrade your ticket to the next higher cabin class.
Do Asia Miles expire?
Do Asia Miles Points Expire? Historically, Asia Miles expired after 3 years of inactivity, regardless of any activity.
Can I use my Asia Miles for someone else?
Can I use my Asia Miles to redeem an Asia Miles Travel Services hotel, car rental or experience award for someone else? Yes, you can redeem a hotel, car rental or experience award for anyone in your redemption group. Children travelling alone must meet the minimum age requirement in order to enjoy the redemption.
How do I claim lost Asia Miles?
Members can claim missing Mileage Credits for air activities at www.asiamiles.com and through the Asia Miles App. For Asia Miles iShop, Members can claim missing Mileage Credits online.
How do I transfer points to Asia Miles?
You must be an Asia Miles member in order to transfer your points. You can enrol by visiting asiamiles.com. If you have any questions about your transfer, please contact Customer Services.
Can you transfer miles to another person?
The simple answer is yes, you can transfer miles. Most major frequent flyer rewards programs set a cap on the number of miles that can be transferred between accounts. For example, United only allows 15,000 miles per year to be transferred and charges 1.5 cents per mile transferred, plus a $35 service fee.
How does Asia Miles redemption group work?
- A Member may nominate up to five individuals at any one time to be a “Redemption Group nominee” or “Nominee”.
- A Member may register the first five Nominees in their membership lifetime with no fee applied.
- A service fee (online: USD50; other channels: USD75) will only be charged for:
Is it cheaper to buy miles for a ticket?
If the price of a ticket is more expensive than buying miles. If you want to fly in business or first class, tickets are usually very expensive. Although buying those miles would set you back $3,208 when we last checked, that’s a lot cheaper than buying the first class ticket outright.
What are miles for flights?
What are airline miles? Airline miles, also called frequent flyer miles, are the airline’s currency that you can use by redeeming them for flights, hotel stays and other rewards. Some airlines call their currency “points” rather than miles, but the concept is the same.