15 New Flight Routes! Destinations Include Hawaii, Japan, Prague, and More!

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15 New Flight Routes! Destinations Include Hawaii, Japan, Prague, and More!

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We put together a roundup of new flight routes across 7 airlines, including Delta, Japan Airlines, and United Airlines.  New routes mean you’ll have more ways to use miles & points to cross off destinations on your travel bucket list!

Be sure to check out our guides to earning and using specific types of airline miles to learn how you can avoid having to pay a lot to fly on these new routes

Fly Away! Take a Look at a List of Some Exciting New Airline Routes, Including a Long-Haul Flight From Boston to Honolulu!

Here’s a look at new routes!  Keep in mind, certain routes are seasonal.

1.   British Airways 

  • London to Osaka beginning March 31, 2019

2.   Delta

  • Detroit to Honolulu beginning November 15, 2018

3.   Frontier Airlines 

  • Atlanta to Sarasota beginning December 10, 2019
  • Orlando to Burlington, Vermont  beginning February 9, 2019
  • Orlando to Little Rock, Arkansas beginning November 16, 2018
  • Orlando to Louisville, Kentucky beginning November 15, 2018
  • Orlando to Portsmouth, New Hampshire beginning December 6, 2018
  • Philadelphia to Montego Bay, Jamaica, beginning February 10, 2019

4.   Hawaiian Airlines 

  • Boston to Honolulu beginning April 4, 2019

Hawaiian Airlines is an AMEX Membership Rewards transfer partner!

You Can Transfer AMEX Membership Rewards Points to Hawaiian Airlines to Book an Award Flight on the New Route Between Boston and Honolulu

5.   Japan Airlines  

  • Tokyo to Seattle beginning March 31, 2019

Don’t forget, Japan Airlines is part of the oneworld airline alliance.  And they also partner with Alaska Airlines.  This means you can redeem Alaska Airlines miles, American Airlines miles, and British Airways Avios points to book awards on this new route!

6.   Spirit Airlines 

  • Jacksonville to Chicago (ORD) beginning December 20, 2018
  • Jacksonville to Detroit beginning December 20, 2018

7.   United Airlines 

  • Newark to Naples, Italy beginning May 22, 2019
  • Newark to Prague beginning May 22, 2019
  • San Francisco to Amsterdam beginning March 30, 2019

If you collect Chase Ultimate Rewards points from cards like the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card, Chase Sapphire Reserve, or Chase Ink Business Preferred Credit Card, you can move points to United Airlines at a 1:1 ratio.  And transfers are usually instant!  United Airlines is my favorite Chase transfer partner!

Which new route are you most excited about?  Let us know in the comments below!

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