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Tool for finding award availability?

Tool for finding award availability?

  1. Anonymous

    In your post on booking First Class award travel on Cathay Pacific (CX) back in 2014 there are screenshots of a search tool showing a list of flights and availability by class codes. Can you tell us what tool that is, or suggest another tool you prefer these days for advanced award searches?

    Ideal award search tool would be able to find availability on CX from HKG to any of their European destinations, specific date or date range, in a single search.

  2. MidSouthSkier

    Could you post a link to the specific post? I’m guessing it’s Expert Flyer, a paid service (which offers a few free searches). It’s not as flexible as your request but it does let you search a date range and up to +/- 3 days at either the start or end of your range.

  3. Anonymous

    Hi! In that post, Ben is using images from the British Airways tool, which is what he typically uses. [URL]https://onemileatatime.com/use-british-airways-award-search-tool/[/URL]

    Another option is the Juicy Miles tool, but it doesn’t do the multi-destination search that you’re thinking of either: [URL]https://onemileatatime.com/juicymiles-review/[/URL]

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