American Airlines is extending the reach of its frequent flyer partnership with Hawaiian Airlines, enabling passengers to earn HawaiianMiles rewards on all American flights except for routes between the U.S. mainland and the Aloha State.
HawaiianMiles can also now be redeemed for award travel throughout American’s global route network.
Under the new agreement, AAdvantage miles can be earned on Hawaiian Airlines flights, with the Hawaii-U.S. mainland exception, and AAdvantage award miles can now be used for travel throughout Hawaiian’s route network.
“Through this expanded partnership with American Airlines, our HawaiianMiles members now have more ways to earn miles and access award travel to cities around the world that Hawaiian doesn’t serve directly,” Vicki Nakata, Hawaiian’s managing director of partnerships and travel products, said in a statement. “We are always looking for ways to increase the value of HawaiianMiles for our members, and this is a great addition to the program.”