New Ways to Use Miles on Non-Stop Flights to Taipei, London, Nashville, & Delta Adds a Partner Airline
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Great news! You’ll soon have
more options to book award seats on non-stop routes to Taipei and London from the US. JetBlue is adding flights to Nashville. And Delta has a new airline partner to explore destinations in the Mediterranean.
Visit Taipei With New Non-Stop Flights on Eva Air! Use Your United Airlines Miles to Book an Award Seat
I’ll share details about the new routes!
1. EVA Air Adds New Flights from US to Taipei!
EVA Air is
adding more flights to . There will be 4 new weekly non-stop flights from New York (JFK) to Taipei starting Taipei from New York (JFK) and new non-stop service from Chicago October 2, 2016. And non-stop service from Chicago starts November 3, 2016.
Because EVA Air is part of the
Star Alliance, you can transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points to United Airlines and book an award flight on EVA Air. I searched united.com and award seats are available on the new flights for . 35,000 United miles each way in coach
2. British Airways Starts Non-Stop Flights From San Jose to London!
This week, British Airways launched daily
non-stop service between . San Jose and London
book this flight with British Airways Avios points, but you’ll pay high charges and taxes.
Depending on where you start, or if you need to connect, using American Airlines miles might be a better choice to book an award seat.
3. Fly Non-Stop to Nashville on JetBlue
JetBlue now has
daily non-stop flights to Nashville from Boston and Fort Lauderdale.
my review of the Barclaycard JetBlue card, JetBlue Plus, and JetBlue small business cards. You can use the sign-up bonus earned from these cards to book JetBlue award flights.
Remember, if you have the
Southwest Companion Pass, JetBlue will match you to their top-tier elite Mosaic status. So you’ll get free checked bags and complimentary alcohol on flights!
4. New Ways to Connect to Mediterranean Destinations
Thanks to a
new partnership between Delta and Amsterdam-based airline Transavia, you can connect through Amsterdam to destinations in Morocco, Spain, and Greece.
If you fly on one of Delta’s day flights to Amsterdam, you can connect to these 10 Transavia destinations:
It seems like you can NOT use Delta miles to book these flights. But
you can redeem Delta miles to fly to Europe. And then buy a cash ticket to one of the other cities.
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