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  1. Anonymous

    Hey there everyone,

    I am considering singing with a frequent flyer membership with an airline in either one world or star alliance. I was wondering which airline group is better in terms of awarding flights on partner airlines and which group work seamlessly better in the alliance. Any experience good or bad with either airline group?

  2. Amadou W

    The answer to which alliance is better all depends on where you fly from and where you like to fly to most often. But, joining a FF program is free, so there’s no harm in signing up for as many as you want. Two Star Alliance programs with good value on partner airline award travel are Avianca’s LifeMiles and Air Canada’s Aeroplan.

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