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Which cities in the US does AF release the most award space

Which cities in the US does AF release the most award space

  1. Luis

    to partners like Alaska Air? I want to use up my Alaska miles I bought 2 years ago. There is zero availability out of LAX for the whole year. Any other cities worth checking?

  2. MarkS

    Does it have to be AF? I don’t recall seeing an AF reward from any city on an Alaska search

  3. Luis

    Yeah looking specifically for AF flights as that would allow a stopover in CDG. They might as well not be partners with Alaska as they seem to never release award space.

  4. MarkS

    KLM too. Try searching from a Delta hub, cvg, Slc, dtw, JFK etc. limited time but maybe. Then if you find something try for an Alaska connection. But this will be destination not a stopover. Good luck.

  5. Anonymous

    I would say the opposite, actually — look at non-Delta hubs, as Air France tends to have better space out of those cities:
    [LIST]
    [*]Chicago
    [*]Houston
    [*]Dulles
    [*]Miami
    [*]Toronto
    [/LIST]
    But unless you’re searching 10+ months out, I wouldn’t expect to find much. I rarely see any Air France partner space unless it’s more than 10 months or less than 10 days before departure.

  6. MarkS

    [USER=7]@Tiffany[/USER] Looks like I didn’t make myself clear in the post. I was suggesting Delta flights to Paris and searching on Alaska website. Hence, “destination not a stopover”.

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