US Airways Awards Now Bookable on British Airways Website Again

Feb 4, 2015

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Last year, I wrote about how US Airways were now temporarily not bookable on the British Airways website, due to a known issue since US Airways recently aligned their fare codes with American Airlines. However, the good news is that you can once again book US Airways awards through the British Airways website.

You can once again book US Airways awards through the British Airways website.
You can once again book US Airways awards through the British Airways website.

With the British Airways devaluation coming April 28, now is a great time to book long-haul international First and Business Class awards, before BA drastically increases the award chart for partner premium cabin awards.

As a reminder, you can boost your British Airways avios balance with the British Airways Visa Signature Card , which is offering 5Earn 4 Avios for every $1 spent on all purchases within your first year up to $30,000. That’s up to 120,000 bonus Avios. This card also offers a companion ticket once you reach $30,000 in spending in a calendar year and comes with a $95 annual fee.

Check out these posts on other ways to maximize British Airways avios:

Best Ways To Redeem British Airways Avios
9 Great Ways to Maximize 50,000 British Airways Avios
Maximizing British Airways Avios Series: Travel Together Companion Ticket
How to Redeem British Airways Avios Without Huge Fees
Using British Airways Avios on Aer Lingus to Avoid Huge Fees
Distance-Based Awards
Maximizing British Airways Avios For Caribbean Flights
My Experience Booking Aer Lingus Business Class with British Airways Avios
Using Avios For Non-Flight Redemptions
Using Avios to Book Domestic First Class Flights

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