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[Expired] [Award Alert] New York to London for 57,500 Alaska Miles One-Way

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London is calling (again) thanks to wide-open availability in business class from New York (JFK).

For just 57,500 miles and about $19 in taxes and fees, you can score one-way flights all the way through the first few days of April 2024.

Here’s more information about the fares as well as how to book these reward seats for yourself.

Award Deal — Details

This is a great example of how the Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan program is a great way of snagging excellent value redemptions with other Oneworld member airlines such as American Airlines.

In this case, you can fly nonstop across the Pond to London’s Heathrow Airport in a lie-flat bed on an American Airlines plane for just 57,500 miles and $19 in taxes and fees — here are the details:

  • Class: Business
  • Route: New York (JFK) to London Heathrow (LHR)
  • Flight Number: Various
  • Cost: 57,500 Alaska Mileage Plan miles + $19
  • Travel Dates: October 2023 through April 2024

Another great thing about redeeming flights through Alaska Mileage Plan is the handy and easy-to-use availability calendar which shows all the dates with availability — and the price — on a monthly basis.

You could even book a ticket for today (October 24, 2023) if you want to take a last-minute trip to the U.K.

The example below shows the rest of the availability in October:

There’s availability before the end of October to fly from New York to London for 57,500 miles + $19 in taxes and fees. Image Credit: Alaska Airlines

There’s wide-open availability through the beginning of April 2024.

Better still, even though Christmas Eve is only 2 months away, you can score one of these redemptions in the week running up to Christmas as well as Christmas Eve itself!

If you have friends or family in London, this could be the perfect excuse for a Christmas surprise!

Hot Tip:

We’re huge fans of Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan because it offers plenty of high-value redemptions, especially on partner airlines. Read up on all the best ways to earn Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan miles so you can be in the position to score great deals such as these.

Final Thoughts

Alaska’s Mileage Plan is the gift that keeps on giving.

The Oneworld member airline’s excellent award availability from New York to London is a perfect excuse to book that trip to London that you’ve been putting off.

What’s more, the wide-open availability means you can travel from as soon as today all the way through April 2024.

About Daniel Ross

Daniel has loved aviation and travel his entire life. He earned a Master of Science in Air Transport Management and has written about travel and aviation in publications like Simple Flying, The Points Guy, and more.


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