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How to use miles from several airlines for one ticket?

How to use miles from several airlines for one ticket?

  1. Anonymous

    Hi everyone,

    Quick question: if I have miles on Air Canada, United Airlines, and Asiana Airlines, can I combine those points to fly on ANA or any other Sky Alliance member or partner for a flight?

    Thanks!

  2. David W

    You cant combine miles from separate airline accounts to purchase one ticket. You need to have enough miles in each individual program to book a flight.

  3. OCTinPHL

    [QUOTE=”RakimT, post: 67106″]Hi everyone,

    Quick question: if I have miles on Air Canada, United Airlines, and Asiana Airlines, can I combine those points to fly on ANA or any other Sky Alliance member or partner for a flight?

    Thanks![/QUOTE]

    You can try to purchase two on-way award tickets if you have enough miles with any one airline. I’ve done that with OneWorld airlines – I assume that ANA offers one-way awards (though I am not sure).

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