This Is How Buy Miles Has Made It Even Easier To Buy Emirates Miles

Good news for all the Emirates Skyward members because the airline has announced positive changes to their reward program, making it easier for loyalty members to buy Emirates miles, transfer or gift airline mile. The airline offers swoon-worthy upgrades to luxurious first class flights in private suites, there is so much to fall in love with Emirates miles, and the new tweaks take things a step further. There is no bad news here, only good news for loyalty members, thus making it the ideal time to invest and buy Emirates miles.

1. Buy Emirates Miles At An Affordable Price

Emirates Miles Affordable Price
Ever since Emirates airline adjusted the price of their airline miles, we’ve started offering an even better rate to our customers. The airline has lowered the price of their airline miles to $40 per 1,000 miles to $30 per 1,000 miles. The

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Best Airline Reward Programs Worth Investing In For Travel Agents

Now that 2018 is slowing coming to an end, we can finally evaluate the five airlines that made it to the top this year. Some of the names in this list may surprise you, and others will be an obvious choice. These travel reward programs are gems for travel agents because these programs are popular with frequent flyers that are looking into buying miles. The great thing is we sell prefilled accounts of these top-rated reward programs to mileage brokers and travel agents, making it easier for them to grow their business.

Read: Buy Miles Has Made It Even Easier To Buy Emirates Miles

1. Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan

This airline reward program caters to frequent flyers that fly frequently to various destinations in Alaska, cities in the West Coast like Seattle, Oregon and Portland, and major hubs such as New York

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Why You Need to Buy Airline Miles?

Remember a time when you only had the option to earn airline miles? Well, mileage brokers saw the demand in the market and created a niche for themselves. Soon afterward airlines saw the potential in selling miles, and they followed our example. Did they actually do their loyalty members a favor by giving them the option to buy airline miles? Well, simply put airlines gave their loyalty members to buy miles, but those miles don’t really provide any savings in the long run. So if someone is looking for savings who should they turn to? Should they rely on you? in order to fulfill the demand, you need to have a plush supply of miles yourself. If you’re a mileage broker or a travel agent you need to buy miles as well, read on to find out why.

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British Miles vs American Miles

Can’t decide between American Airlines or British Airways frequent flyer programs? We have been witness to a lot of changes within both programs, which makes it a little harder to decide between either of the two. What makes the decision easier is that both airlines have been oneworld partners since 1999 when oneworld alliance first launched. Since then their partnership has gone from strength to strength. Frequent flyers can use British Airlines Avios with American Airlines and vice versa. When it comes down to American Airlines miles vs British Airways miles the comparison of the two loyalty programs will make it relatively easier to decide which one is more suited for you.

American Airlines VS British Airways: Which airline Is Better for Travelers Flying from US to The UK

British Airways

British Airways.
During the summer British Airways closed their Avios rewards program,

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Benefits Of Air France Miles Programs

A lot of frequent flyers are huge fans of Air France and KLM’s loyalty program Flying Blue. The program is European based and because KLM and Air France serve large North American cities it is often overlooked by U.S citizens. Today we’ll be listing top five benefits of using Air France miles program. The list will include example redemptions and strategies to get the most out of your miles. Don’t panic if you don’t have enough Air France miles in your account or if you’re just signing up, either way, you can buy Air France miles and use them to save on your next big holiday.

Benefits Of Buying Virgin Atlantic Airline Account Online

1. It’s Easy To Earn A Ton Of Airline Miles

Easy To Earn Airline Miles
A couple of months ago Chase Ultimate Rewards announced that it had partnered with Flying Blue and

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An Aircrew View of 9/11

We never forget, those of us who were airline pilots and flight attendants on that awful September day. Since then, we’ve added to our aircrew ranks a whole new generation of pilots and flight attendants who were just kids when the twin towers fell. And yet, they are part of the aircrew tradition, inner circle, and the sacred trust to never, ever forget.

Here’s what that cataclysm looked like from the crew view on that day. Those who were crewmembers will remember, those who are new crew will live it in a way like no others, because this is their realm and their legacy to carry forward. And those who aren’t in the crew ranks, well, here’s what that fateful day was like.

From Air Crew Confidential: The Unauthorized Airline Chronicles, the new release from Dark Horse Books:




            “Yes, why,” Mandy repeated into the handset. She

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Furloughed? Free Stuff. | The JetHead Blog

My heart goes out to all of my colleagues, pilots and flight attendants, who’ve borne the brunt of the latest travel industry meltdown. There’s not anything much worse or more stressful than losing your job.

So, here’s freebie that will allow you to take a little bit of the airline crewlife with you while you’re temporarily sidelined. It’s the good, the bad, the ugly; the fun and the real-life drudgery of airline crew life, as well as the secret joy, benefits, and one-in-a-million experiences that make up your crew day.

If you are a furloughed airline crewmember, you can download this Kindle book FREE on October 7th:

Simply CLICK HERE on October 7 and follow the Amazon prompts to download your free copy.

Enjoy an exclusive, insider view of airline crewlife while you count the days until you’re back flying the line. Take care, and all the best.

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Freebie Alert | The JetHead Blog

Get your hands on Amazon’s #1 New Release in Commercial Aviation FREE, today only.

Want the inside scoop on airline crew life? Are you a crewmember now, or have you been–or are you planning to join the airline crew profession someday? Here’s the good, the bad, the ugly; the rewarding parts as well as the heartbreak; the extreme behavior, some misbehavior–some extreme misbehavior, in the air and on the ground. It’s the unvarnished reality of aircrew life, hidden by the airlines and mostly untold by the crews … until now.

Get your free Kindle download HERE, today only.

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Should My Kid Become An Airline Pilot?

I get asked that a lot, especially these days, as people with aircrew dreams worry about the recent implosion of the airline world. The quick answer is “yes and no.” Stay with me.

First, how old is your “kid?” Kids–high school and college–are ten to fifteen years out from being qualified for an airline job anyway. So, here’s the yes: chase that military pilot pipeline–USAF, USN, USMC, and US Army. By the time you’re ready with military flight hours and experience, the airline pendulum will be on the upswing, as it eventually must be.

Yes, military flight training is tough to get into, and, as I discovered firsthand, even harder to get successfully out of:

My flight journey, from “kid” to USAF pilot training to 35 years in the cockpits of the world’s largest airline, most as captain. Read this.

But if the “kid” is thinking of flying for an

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Should the Boeing 737-MAX Fly Again?

Should the Boeing 737-MAX fly again?

The simple answer is, yes, the Boeing 737-MAX should and, I’m certain, will fly again. But the next question is even more important: is the airline industry prepared to fly the MAX? The answer to that is neither simple nor optimistic. Let me explain.

First, here’s my perspective. I have over 5,000 hours of pilot-in-command time in the Boeing 737-800 as an American Airlines captain. When the airline began to integrate the MAX into our fleet, I went through what I would classify as a very minimal “differences” training program: this is different; this functions in a new way that is actually better though counter-intuitive; this is completely different and ultimately, muscle memory and patterned responses must all be relearned. And that half-day of “training” was actually six months before we’d even put the first MAX into flight ops. Like anyone could or would

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