Greater Earnings with Cathay Pacific’s Asia Miles Reward Program

The number of redeemable seats has risen by at least 20 percent on all sectors, and all flight awards have been set as one-way for even greater flexibility.

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The latest updates to Cathay’s Asia Miles rewards program allows for greater earnings on 80 percent of all tickets, with those traveling from Hong Kong to Sydney in economy earning twice as many points.

The number of redeemable seats has also risen by at least 20 percent on all sectors, and all flight awards have been set as one-way for even greater flexibility.

For frequent fliers between Singapore and Hong Kong, a round-trip redemption booking will require a third fewer miles than before.

More information here.

This article originally appeared in the August/September 2018 print issue of DestinAsian magazine (“Rewards Programs”).

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