This chart has been updated with lots of new destinations from Miami!
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-Click to view 102 Direct Avios Flights From NYC
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Did you know that there are 133 places you can fly direct to from Miami with your BA Avios?
British Airways Avios can’t be beat for short-haul nonstop flights thanks to ultra-low award rates, no expedite/close-in fees, and dirt cheap award cancellations. Below are all of the direct flights from Boston that can be booked with Avios.
Be sure to read the British Airways knowledgebase and the 22 Things To Keep In Mind When Using Avios for everything you NEED to know about the BA program and how to best search for BA award availability with tips like always booking one-way awards. If you have a question it’s probably already been answered there!
1. Rates in the chart are for one-way flights. Generally speaking it’s a good idea to book BA flights as one-ways to give you maximum flexibility.
2. Routes that are displayed in bold are subject to fuel surcharges.
3. There are no fuel surcharges for flights on: Aer Lingus, Air Berlin, Alaska, LAN, and TAM. There are also no fuel surcharges for American and USAirways flights within the western hemisphere, for JAL flights within Japan, and for Qantas flights within Australia. Fuel surcharges for intra-Europe flights are also typically quite low. Fuel surcharges for travel on Cathay Pacific aren’t too bad while fuel surcharges to fly on British Airways border on the criminal.
You can save on the fuel surcharges imposed on Iberia flights by transferring British Airways Avios into Iberia Avios.
4. In the charts below I’ve only included direct flights as BA charges Avios for each flight segment. For example Maui isn’t on the chart as no airlines fly nonstop from Miami-Maui. Though you can always fly to Maui Los Angeles, S. Diego, or Seattle, for 12.5K for the Miami-west coast segment and 12.5K for the West coast-Maui segment with no fuel surcharges. Plus you can stopover in the connecting city for as long or short as you want.
Tel Aviv isn’t on the chart as there are no airlines that fly nonstop from Miami to Tel Aviv. Though you can always fly to Tel Aviv via Berlin for 25K for the Miami-Berlin segment and 10K for the Berlin-Tel Aviv segment with no fuel surcharges.
You can’t fly to Dublin or Shannon nonstop. But if you look at the nonstop flights from Boston you’ll notice you can fly from there to Ireland for just 12.5K Avios in coach or 25K in business. Just book a separate flight to Boston for 10K Avios and you can be in Europe for just 22.5K Avios with no fuel surcharges.
5. BA.com does not display availability for all airlines! If you want to book travel on airlines like Alaska, Aer Lingus, and LAN you’ll need to pick up the phone and call BA! You can search Alaska award availability on AA.com before calling BA to book it.
6. In rare cases connecting flights can be cheaper than nonstop flights when using Avios and I’ve noted that in the chart.
7. Cities in the chart may only have seasonal nonstop service.
8. A dash means that class of service isn’t offered on that route.
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View the complete chart after the jump:
|Belem, Brazil||American, TAM||12.5K||25K||-|
|Belo Horizonte, Brazil||American, TAM||20K||40K||-|
|Berlin, Germany||Air Berlin||25K||50K||-|
|Bogota, Colombia||American, LAN||10K||20K||-|
|Brasilia, Brazil||American, TAM||20K||40K||-|
|Buenos Aires, Argentina||American, LAN||25K (22.5K via Lima)||50K (45K via Lima)||75K|
|Cap Haitien, Haiti||American||7.5K||15K||-|
|Caracas, Venezuela||American, LAN||10K||20K||-|
|Chicago||American||10K (9K via Atlanta, 7.5K nonstop from PBI)||30K (27K via Atlanta, 22.5K nonstop from PBI)||-|
|Dusseldorf, Germany||Air Berlin||25K||50K||-|
|George Town, Bahamas||American||4.5K||-||-|
|La Paz, Bolivia||American||20K||40K||-|
|La Romana, Dominican Republic||American||7.5K||-||-|
|Liberia, Costa Rica||American||7.5K||15K||-|
|Lima, Peru||American, LAN||12.5K||25K||-|
|London, England||American, British Airways||25K||50K||75K|
|Madrid, Spain||American, Iberia||25K||50K||-|
|Manaus, Brazil||American, TAM||12.5K||25K||-|
|Marsh Harbor, Bahamas||American||4.5K||-||-|
|Montego Bay, Jamaica||American||4.5K||9K||-|
|North Eleuthera, Bahamas||American||4.5K||-||-|
|Pointe A Pitre, Guadeloupe||American||10K||20K||-|
|Port Au Prince, Haiti||American||7.5K||15K|
|Port Of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago||American||10K||20K||-|
|Porto Alegre, Brazil||American||25K||50K||-|
|Providenciales, Turks and Caicos||American||4.5K||9K||-|
|Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic||American||7.5K||15K||-|
|Punta Cana, Dominican Republic||American, LAN||7.5K||15K||-|
|Quito, Ecuador||American, LAN||10K||20K||-|
|Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||American, TAM||25K||50K||-|
|S. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands||American||7.5K||15K||-|
|S. Cruz, Bolivia||American||20K||40K||-|
|S. Jose, Costa Rica||American||7.5K||15K||-|
|S. Juan, PR||American||7.5K||15K||-|
|S. Kitts, West Indies||American||10K||20K||-|
|S. Pedro Sula, Honduras||American||7.5K||15K||-|
|S. Salvador, El Salvador||American||7.5K||15K||-|
|S. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands||American||7.5K||15K||-|
|Salt Lake City||American||12.5K||37.5K||-|
|Santiago, Chile||American, LAN||25K (22.5K via Lima)||50K (45K via Lima)||-|
|Santo Domingo, DR||American||7.5K||15K||-|
|Sao Paulo, Brazil||American, TAM||25K||50K||75K|
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