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Booking Cathay Pacific with Alaska Miles

Booking Cathay Pacific with Alaska Miles

  1. wilve

    I was looking at SFO/LAX to AKL/SIN/HKG/TYO award tickets with Alaska, and although they have an award chart on those routes for Cathay Pacific, their website does not display any of their flights (for Economy, Business, or First), and when I pick a date it does not even list them as an option on their bar to the left…

    Is it possible to book Cathay Pacific flights with Alaska miles, on the Alaska website and I’m missing something? Or should I be going about it another way?

  2. David W

    You have to search by segment using BA’s tool (QF and JL also work but BA is best) and then call Alaska to book. I’d also be a good idea to verify space using QF and/or JL since BA does sometimes show phantom space. CX is one of 2 AS partner airlines where award space isnt displayed on their website.

  3. wilve

    Do you need a BA or QF frequent flyer account in order to search availability? I couldn’t do the award search on either without it…

  4. David W

    Yeah, you do

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