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A couple of months ago, I told you that Alaska Airlines would be adding Condor to their list of partner airlines.
And now, via Travel Codex, you can use your Alaska Airlines miles for flights on Condor! I like this news, because more options for using miles & points is always a good thing! And it’s nice for folks who already fly Condor, because it does NOT have its own loyalty program.
I’ll share what you need to know about redeeming Alaska Airlines miles on Condor.
More Options for Redeeming Alaska Airlines Miles
You can use Alaska Airlines miles to fly Condor from the US to Africa, Europe, and the Middle East. Here’s what you can expect to pay for a one-way ticket:
- Continental US to Europe – Between 25,000 and 40,000 Alaska Airlines miles in coach (based on demand), 55,000 miles in Business Class
- Continental US to Northern Africa – Between 35,000 and 50,000 Alaska Airlines miles in coach (based on demand), 65,000 miles in Business Class
- Continental US to Southern Africa – Between 40,000 and 55,000 Alaska Airlines miles in coach (based on demand), 65,000 miles in Business Class
- Continental US to Middle East – 35,000 Alaska Airlines miles in coach, 65,000 miles in Business Class
These numbers are pretty close to the average price Alaska Airlines charges when flying their other partners. But in many cases it’s lower! For example, if you’re flying from the US to Europe, Alaska Airlines charges:
- Between 20,000 and 30,000 miles one-way in coach on American Airlines (depending on season)
- 32,500 miles one-way in coach on Air France
- 47,500 miles one-way in coach on Emirates
Just know that you can NOT use Alaska Airlines miles to fly on Condor’s partner sister airline, Thomas Cook.
More Options Is Always a Positive!
- Las Vegas
- New Orleans
- San Diego
So you should have more opportunities to redeem your Alaska Airlines miles to Europe! That’s especially helpful, because American Airlines has become very stingy with saver-level awards.
Note: Condor is a low-cost German airline. You can usually find very reasonable prices, including Business Class seats for less than $900!
I recommend checking Condor’s prices before booking an award seat. Because it might be worth earning Alaska Airlines miles on a cheap paid flight instead of redeeming them!
Condor is based in Germany, and has LOTS of routes from the US to Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. So it will be easier to redeem Alaska Airlines miles for flights across the pond!
Have you had experience flying Condor?