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December 19, 2016. "Combining with Virgin America, our suite of worldwide affiliates and these improvements to our award-winning frequent flyer scheme demonstrates our dedication to delivering the most lavish customer retention programme possible. "Some of the improvements to the milestone schedule include: Members of Membership in Meleage Plans can purchase awards tours within the United States and Canada from 5,000 mile per way plus tax and fees* for tours less than 700 mile.

That' 30 per cent less than what members of the resort spent on the same reward in the past. Start fares for longer journeys have also been lowered. Make more leagues. Collecting points with Alaska Climate Alliance is now much simpler. Members of Map are eligible to accumulate up to 80 per cent more frequent flyer kilometres when traveling Business or First Class with selected international airlines such as British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, Fiji Airways, Hainan Airlines, Icelandair, Japan Airlines, Korean Airlines, LATAM Airlines and Qantas.

Now members can make more Economy fares than ever before with Icelandair, Fiji Airways, Hainan Airlines, Japan Airlines and LATAM Airlines. In addition, members of Map members can now collect additional air miles when they fly with Virgin America. Members of the élite members of the milesage plans are now entitled to free upgrade awards for reward trips on air services from Alaska.

For all other premium tariffs, the member's current state can be upgraded within the standard member upgrading area. For Mileage Plan members, this means that if they have already purchased a Delta Air Lines ticket, they can still collect Alaskailes. Members who are about to make a trip must make the trip and use it to collect Alaska mileage before April 30, 2017.

Members of your organisation can still earn points for awards flights on Delta Air Lines if they book before 30 April 2017. It should be noted, however, that travellers travelling after 30 April 2017 must cooperate directly with the performing air operator in order to take into account any changes made by the client.

With effect from 30 April 2017, the company will also no longer be offering reservations for trips on the other company's flight via the so-called code-sharing method. The two carriers will maintain existing interconnection arrangements to help those travelling on multi-carrier routes. Reward availabilities and prices may differ. Purchasers of Reward Tickets are liable for all incidental tax, duties and tributes on hold luggage levied by the carrier(s) or U.S. or foreign governmental authority(s).

Alaska' resellers can collect and spend mileage to more than 900 international destination points with Alaska's truly comprehensive network of airlines.

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