Member since 05 Mar 2012
Total posts 4
Any ideas on how to extend Asia Miles (AM) due to expire later this year? AM are suggesting booking up to 365 days in advance, which isn't at all helpful with the current situation. Thanks in advance.
Member since 24 Apr 2012
Total posts 1,112
To clarify, I suspect these will be miles earned in 2019 or earlier, and are subject to the older Asia Miles expiry rules (in that unlike new miles, simply earning a few more won't extend their validity)?
Originally Posted by Chris Chamberlin
Member since 08 Jul 2020
Total posts 1
I have just been through the process of trying to extend miles expiring end June. I communicated with Cathay Asia Miles by email and telephone asking initially for 12 months extension, then 6 then 3 months, stating almost every international airline had extended flyer loyalty miles, even Singapore Airlines. I tried and tried, six or more times and once or twice even got through to a supervisor, but each time my plea for common sense fell on deaf ears. Makes one consider hard where points will be transferred next time I am looking for somewhere to place points.
Earning more miles or transferring will not extend your pre 2019 miles.
The furthest out you can book is 353 days.
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