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Old 02-09-2010, 07:36 AM   #1
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Best airline for travel??

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British Airways offers travel options around the world that few others can match. One recent offer was 100,000 BA Miles for existing US British Airways Executive Club members and new card holders approved for the card. Card members received 50,000 BA Miles after their first purchase, and they received another 50,000 miles after they spend at least $2,000 in the first three months. The current offer is 30,000 bonus miles for signing up, and you'll get two BA Miles for every dollar spent on the airline's products. Reward partners such as American Airlines and Alaska Airlines combine with British Airways to offer about 600 destinations to which you can fly. Chase Bank USA is the issuing company. There is a 13.24 percent variable APR for unpaid balances.
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Old 02-12-2010, 10:06 PM   #2
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Hello friends

If you fly one airline consistently, these cards can be a very good option. They are not for people who carry a balance, because interest rates tend to be quite high. Rates have risen steadily during the past few years.
Many budget travelers believe airline credit cards are a less than attractive option unless you live near an airport dominated by one airline or your company requires a particular carrier. Often it pays to also consider bank-based cards that can offer more reward options.
Please take these recommendations as a starting point for a more personal and in-depth study focused on your individual travel needs. Here are a few selections worth consideration as you begin your research.
British Airways Visa Signature Card
British Airways offers travel options around the world that few others can match. One recent offer was 100,000 BA Miles for existing US British Airways Executive Club members and new card holders approved for the card. Card members received 50,000 BA Miles after their first purchase, and they received another 50,000 miles after they spend at least $2,000 in the first three months. The current offer is 30,000 bonus miles for signing up, and you'll get two BA Miles for every dollar spent on the airline's products. Reward partners such as American Airlines and Alaska Airlines combine with British Airways to offer about 600 destinations to which you can fly. Chase Bank USA is the issuing company. There is a 13.24 percent variable APR for unpaid balances.
The good news: A large choice of domestic and international flights, and an offer of a second, free companion ticket when you pay full price for the first fare. The bad news: Fairly high annual fee of $75, and only U.S. residents are eligible.

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Old 02-14-2010, 09:30 PM   #3
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American Airlines and Alaska Airlines combine with British Airways to offer about 600 destinations to which you can fly. And it offers a great option.
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Old 03-08-2010, 12:17 AM   #4
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British Airways offers travel options around the world that few others can match. One recent offer was 100,000 BA Miles for existing US British Airways Executive Club members and new card holders approved for the card. Card members received 50,000 BA Miles after their first purchase, and they received another 50,000 miles after they spend at least $2,000 in the first three months. The current offer is 30,000 bonus miles for signing up, and you'll get two BA Miles for every dollar spent on the airline's products. Reward partners such as American Airlines and Alaska Airlines combine with British Airways to offer about 600 destinations to which you can fly. Chase Bank USA is the issuing company. There is a 13.24 percent variable APR for unpaid balances.
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Old 12-16-2013, 11:38 AM   #5
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I have just experience of Qatar airline and Qatar airline is not bad I don't know it's better than others or not: -)
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Old 12-17-2013, 09:18 AM   #6
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American Airlines,Alaska Airline, British Airways...
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