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How To Redeem Chase Ultimate Rewards Points For Award Flights On Over 50 Airlines

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There are 10 airline programs to which you can transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points, but you aren’t limited to flights operated by these 10 airlines. You actually have the ability to book flights operated by more than 50 other airlines and I’ll explain how.

Two ways to redeem transferable Chase Ultimate Rewards points for flights

  1. Redeem miles/points at a fixed rate for travel purchases via the Ultimate Rewards redemption portal. 
  2. Transfer to airline partners. Chase Ultimate Rewards points become airline miles. You can redeem them according to the rules and redemption prices of the airline program to which you transfer. 

Redeeming Ultimate Rewards points for travel via the Ultimate Rewards redemption portal is a good option if paid fares are low. Transferring to airline partners is how you can get even more value out of Chase Ultimate Rewards points, though. This post will focus on redemption options using Chase’s transfer partners.

Which credit cards earn transferable Chase Ultimate Rewards points?

There are 3 cards that earn transferable Chase Ultimate Rewards points. Points can be earned from welcome bonuses and everyday spending on these 3 cards:

Tip: You can earn bonus points by making purchases online in the Ultimate Rewards shopping portal. For example, I can earn an extra point per dollar on online purchases at Target. It may not sound like a lot, but it adds up! There are hundreds of retailers (currently 460 total).

You can earn 60,000 Ultimate Rewards points when you open a Chase Sapphire Preferred.

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Transferring Chase Ultimate Rewards points to airline partners

You can transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points to these 10 programs at a 1:1 ratio.

Chase Ultimate Rewards airline partners 2019

You can use these airlines to book flights on over 50 airlines

There are 10 programs to which you can transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points, but you are not limited to flights operated by these 10 airlines. You can use these programs book flights operated by several other airlines.

Chase’s partner airline programs also have partners

Chase’s airline partners are airline loyalty programs. This means that your Ultimate Rewards points become miles in whichever program you choose to transfer. You can use those miles to book flights according to the rules of the airline program. For the most part, you cannot transfer airline miles to other airlines. Instead, you can redeem miles for flights operated by an airline program’s partner airlines.

To clarify, there are two types of partners we’re discussing here :

  • Chase Ultimate Rewards transfer partners (airline programs)
  • Redemption partners (the airline operating the flight) of the airline program to which you transfer

I’ll give several examples in this post, but I’ll start with Delta. Delta’s loyalty program, Skymiles, is not a transfer partner of Chase Ultimate Rewards. But Chase Ultimate Rewards points do transfer to 2 programs that you can use to book Delta flights. Those programs are KLM/AirFrance Flying Blue and Virgin Atlantic Flying Club.

  • So the Chase transfer partners are the airline programs of KLM/AirFrance Flying Blue and Virgin Atlantic Flying Club.
  • The redemption partner of these airline programs is going to be Delta.

You cannot transfer AirFrance/KLM Flying Blue or Virgin Atlantic Flying Club miles to Delta. Instead, you can redeem AirFrance/KLM Flying Blue or Virgin Atlantic Flying Club miles for a flight operated by Delta.

Related post: How to book Delta flights with Chase Ultimate Rewards points

The program you use to book the flight determines your award ticket price

  • If you use AirFrance/KLM miles to book a flight operated by Delta, AirFrance KLM Blue determines your award ticket price, not Delta Skymiles.
  • If you use Virgin Atlantic Flying Club miles to book a flight operated by Delta, Virgin Atlantic Flying Club determines your award ticket price, not Delta Skymiles.

Each program has its own way of pricing award tickets. The great thing about Chase Ultimate Rewards is that you can choose the partner that results in the lowest redemption cost. I’ll discuss award ticket pricing later in this post.

Alliances and partnerships are important because they increase your redemption options

  • There are 3 major world alliances
  • Not every airline is in an alliance
  • Generally, you can use an airline program to book flights operated by any alliance partners (for example, if the airline is in the Oneworld alliance you can use that program to book award flights operated by any Oneworld alliance partner).
  • In addition to alliance partners, some airlines have other non-alliance partnerships.

Here are the 3 major world alliances:

Oneworld

Oneworld alliance member airlines 2019

Star Alliance

Star alliance member airlines 2019

Skyteam

SkyTeam member airlines 2019

I’ll list which airlines you can book with Chase Ultimate Rewards partners by region. I’ll also indicate which airlines are in an alliance.

Each numbered airline on this list is the airline operating the flight. The airlines listed below each number are the Chase Ultimate Rewards airline programs with which you can book.

Award tickets are always subject to availability, so do not transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards to an airline partner program until you have confirmed availability for your route and dates.

I’ll start with US airlines. Although a majority of Chase Ultimate Rewards airline transfer partners are foreign airlines, you can still book flights operated by US common carriers:

US Airlines

1. American Airlines (Oneworld)

  • British Airways Executive Club Avios (Oneworld alliance)
  • Iberia Plus Avios (Oneworld alliance)

I’ll elaborate on this example so that the rest of this list will make more sense.

You cannot transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points to American Airlines. American Airlines AAdvantage is not a transfer partner of Chase. But you can still book a flight operated by American Airlines.

  • This is possible because American Airlines is a partner of British Airways and Iberia.
  • Chase Ultimate Rewards points do transfer to both of these airline programs.
  • You cannot transfer British Airways or Iberia to American Airlines AAdvantage, but you can use the programs of British Airways or Iberia to book American Airlines flights.

The best part is that for most nonstop routes (domestic and international), British Airways has better pricing than American Airlines AAdvantage. So even if AAdvantage was a Chase partner, British Airways usually results in a better redemption price.

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2. Alaska Airlines (no alliance)

  • British Airways Executive Club Avios (Oneworld alliance)
  • Singapore Airlines Krisflyer miles (Star alliance)
  • Emirates Skywards miles (no alliance)

3. Delta (Skyteam alliance)

  • Virgin Atlantic Flying Club miles (no alliance)
  • Flying Blue AirFrance/KLM miles (Skyteam)

4. Hawaiian Airlines (no alliance)

  • Virgin Atlantic Flying Club miles (no alliance)
  • JetBlue TrueBlue points (no alliance)
  • United Mileage Plus miles (Star alliance)… but you can only redeem United miles for inter-island Hawaiian flights, not mainland-Hawaii.

Related post: Best ways to book flights to Hawaii with miles and points

5. JetBlue (no alliance)

  • Chase Ultimate Rewards (transfer directly)
  • Emirates Skywards miles (no alliance)

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6. Southwest

  • Chase Ultimate Rewards (transfer directly)

7. United (Star alliance)

  • Chase Ultimate Rewards (transfer directly)
  • Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer (Star alliance)

Airlines based in North America/Central America

8. AeroMexico (Skyteam alliance)

Book with:

  • Flying Blue AirFrance/KLM miles (Skyteam)

9. Air Canada (Star alliance)

Book with:

  • United MileagePlus miles (Star alliance)
  • Singapore Airlines Krisflyer miles (Star alliance)

10. Copa Airlines (Star alliance)

Book with:

  • United MileagePlus miles (Star alliance)
  • Singapore Airlines Krisflyer miles (Star alliance)
  • Emirates Skywards miles (no alliance)
  • Flying Blue AirFrance/KLM miles (Skyteam alliance)
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Airlines based in Europe

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11. British Airways (Oneworld alliance)

Book with:

  • Chase Ultimate Rewards transfer directly to British Airways Executive Club Avios (Oneworld alliance)
  • Iberia Plus Avios (Oneworld alliance)
  • Aer Lingus Aer Club Avios (no alliance)

Related Post: British Airways vs. Iberia pricing

12. Iberia (Oneworld alliance)

Book with:

  • Chase Ultimate Rewards transfer directly to Iberia Plus Avios (Oneworld alliance)
  • British Airways Executive Club Avios (Oneworld alliance)
  • Aer Lingus Aer Club Avios (no alliance)

13. Aer Lingus Aer Club (no alliance)

Book with:

  • Chase Ultimate Rewards transfer directly to Aer Lingus Aer Club Avios (no alliance)
  • British Airways Executive Club Avios (Oneworld alliance)
  • Iberia Plus Avios (Oneworld alliance)
  • United Mileage Plus miles (Star alliance)

14. AirFrance (Skyteam alliance)

Book with:

  • Chase Ultimate Rewards transfer directly to Flying Blue AirFrance/KLM miles (Skyteam alliance)

15. KLM (Skyteam alliance)

Book with:

  • Chase Ultimate Rewards transfer directly to Flying Blue AirFrance/KLM miles (Skyteam alliance)

16. Virgin Atlantic (no alliance)

Book with:

  • Chase Ultimate Rewards transfer directly to Virgin Atlantic Flying Club miles (no alliance)
  • Singapore Airlines Krisflyer miles (Star alliance)

17. Finnair (Oneworld alliance)

Book with:

  • British Airways Executive Club Avios (Oneworld alliance)
  • Iberia Plus Avios (Oneworld alliance)

18. Alitalia (Skyteam alliance)

Book with:

  • Flying Blue AirFrance/KLM miles (Skyteam alliance)

19. Air Europa (Skyteam alliance)

Book with:

  • Flying Blue AirFrance/KLM miles (Skyteam alliance)

20. Czech Airlines (Skyteam alliance)

Book with:

  • Flying Blue AirFrance/KLM miles (Skyteam alliance)

21. Lufthansa (Star alliance)

Book with:

  • United MileagePlus miles (Star Alliance)
  • Singapore Airlines Krisflyer miles (Star alliance)

22. Austrian (Star alliance)

Book with:

  • United MileagePlus miles (Star Alliance)
  • Singapore Airlines Krisflyer miles (Star alliance)

23. Brussels airlines (Star alliance)

Book with:

  • United Mileage Plus miles (Star Alliance)
  • Singapore Airlines Krisflyer miles (Star alliance)

24. Swiss (Star alliance)

Book with:

  • United Mileage Plus miles (Star Alliance)
  • Singapore Airlines Krisflyer miles (Star alliance)

25. TAP Air Portugal (Star alliance)

Book with:

  • United MileagePlus (Star Alliance)
  • Singapore Airlines Krisflyer miles (Star alliance)
  • Emirates Skywards miles (no alliance)

26. Croatia Airlines (Star alliance)

Book with:

  • United Mileage Plus miles (Star Alliance)
  • Singapore Airlines Krisflyer miles (Star alliance)

27. SAS (Star alliance)

Book with:

  • United Mileage Plus miles (Star Alliance)
  • Singapore Airlines Krisflyer miles (Star alliance)

28. Turkish Airlines (Star alliance)

Book with:

  • United MileagePlus (Star Alliance)
  • Singapore Airlines Krisflyer miles (Star alliance)
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Airlines based in Asia/Middle East/Indian subcontinent

29. Emirates (no alliance)

Book with:

  • Chase Ultimate Rewards transfer directly to Emirates Skywards miles (no alliance)

30. Singapore Airlines Krisflyer (Star alliance)

Book with:

  • Chase Ultimate Rewards transfer directly to Singapore Airlines Krisflyer miles (Star alliance)
  • United Mileage Plus miles (Star alliance)
  • Virgin Atlantic Flying Club miles (no alliance)

31. Japan Airlines (One world alliance)

Book with:

  • Emirates Skywards miles (no alliance)
  • British Airways Executive Club Avios (Oneworld alliance)
  • Iberia Plus Avios (Oneworld alliance)
  • Flying Blue AirFrance/KLM miles (Skyteam alliance)

32. Cathay Pacific (One world alliance)

Book with:

  • British Airways Executive Club Avios (Oneworld alliance)
  • Iberia Plus Avios (Oneworld alliance)

33. Qatar (One world alliance)

Book with:

  • British Airways Executive Club Avios (Oneworld alliance)
  • Iberia Plus Avios (Oneworld alliance)

34. Malaysia (One world alliance)

Book with:

  • British Airways Executive Club Avios (Oneworld alliance)
  • Iberia Plus Avios (Oneworld alliance)
  • Emirates Skywards miles (no alliance)
  • Flying Blue AirFrance/KLM miles (Skyteam alliance)

35. Sri Lankan (One world alliance)

Book with:

  • British Airways Executive Club Avios (Oneworld alliance)
  • Iberia Plus Avios (Oneworld alliance)

36. Royal Jordanian (One world alliance)

Book with:

  • British Airways Executive Club Avios (Oneworld alliance)
  • Iberia Plus Avios (Oneworld alliance)

37. Thai Airways (Star alliance)

Book with:

  • United Mileage Plus miles (Star alliance)
  • Singapore Airlines Krisflyer miles (Star alliance)

38. ANA (Star alliance)

Book with:

  • United Mileage Plus miles (Star alliance)
  • Singapore Airlines Krisflyer miles (Star alliance)
  • Virgin Atlantic Flying Club miles (no alliance)

39. Air China (Star alliance)

Book with:

  • United Mileage Plus miles (Star alliance)
  • Singapore Airlines Krisflyer miles (Star alliance)
  • Virgin Atlantic Fying Club miles (no alliance) London to Beiiing route only

40. Asiana Airlines (Star alliance)

Book with:

  • United Mileage Plus miles (Star alliance)
  • Singapore Airlines Krisflyer miles (Star alliance)

41. Korean Air (Skyteam alliance)

Book with:

  • Flying Blue AirFrance/KLM miles (Skyteam alliance)
  • Emirates Skywards miles (no alliance)

42. China Airlines (Skyteam alliance)

Book with:

  • Flying Blue AirFrance/KLM miles (Skyteam alliance)
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South American Airlines

43. LATAM (One world alliance)

Book with:

  • British Airways Executive Club Avios (Oneworld alliance)
  • Iberia Plus Avios (Oneworld alliance)

44. Aerolinas Argentinas (Skyteam alliance)

Book with:

  • Flying Blue AirFrance/KLM miles (Skyteam alliance)

45. Avianca (Star alliance)

Book with:

  • United Mileage Plus miles (Star alliance)
  • Singapore Airlines Krisflyer miles (Star alliance)
  • Iberia Plus Avios (Oneworld alliance)

Airlines based in Africa

46. South African Airways (Star alliance)

Book with:

  • United Mileage Plus miles (Star alliance)
  • Singapore Airlines Krisflyer miles (Star alliance)
  • Virgin Atlantic Fying Club miles (no alliance)
  • Emirates Skywards miles (no alliance)

47. Ethiopian (Star alliance)

Book with:

  • United Mileage Plus miles (Star alliance)
  • Singapore Airlines Krisflyer miles (Star alliance)
  • Virgin Atlantic Flying Club miles (no alliance)
  • Emirates Skywards miles (no alliance)

48. Kenya Airways (Skyteam alliance)

Book with:

  • Flying Blue AirFrance/KLM miles (Skyteam alliance)

49. Air Mauritius (no alliance)

Book with:

  • Flying Blue AirFrance/KLM miles (Skyteam alliance)
  • Emirates Skywards miles (no alliance)

Airlines based in Australia/Oceana

50. Qantas (One world alliance)

Book with:

  • British Airways Executive Club Avios (Oneworld alliance)
  • Iberia Plus Avios (Oneworld alliance)
  • Emirates Skywards miles (no alliance)

51. Air New Zealand (Star alliance)

Book with:

  • United Mileage Plus miles (Star alliance)
  • Singapore Airlines Krisflyer miles (Star alliance)
  • Virgin Atlantic Flying Club (no alliance)

52. Virgin Australia (no alliance)

Book with:

  • Singapore Airlines Krisflyer miles (Star alliance)
  • Virgin Atlantic Flying Club (no alliance)

Award Ticket Pricing

The amount of Chase Ultimate Rewards points you will need to transfer to book an award flight is determined by the program with which you are booking. For example, if you use AirFrance/KLM Flying Blue miles to book a Delta flight, the amount of points you will need is determined by Flying Blue, not Delta Skymiles. This is because you’re using miles from the Flying Blue program. Delta’s loyalty program, Skymiles, does not determine the price.

Most airline programs fall into one of 4 categories of award ticket pricing:

  1. Region/Zone based 
  2. Distance-based
  3. Fare-based
  4. Dynamic pricing

Click here for more details about the different types of award ticket pricing, including advantages and disadvantages of each.

British Airways, Iberia, and Aer Lingus have distance-based award ticket pricing

Click here to see Iberia and British Airways charts.

Related Post: British Airways vs. Iberia pricing

British Airways prices per segment. This means that any connection adds more Avios. Nonstop flights are best if you’re using British Airways. If your flight has a connection, Iberia may be the better program.

Iberia has distance-based award ticket pricing for award flights operated by Iberia and most partner airlines. Iberia calculates the distance by adding the sum of the distance of all segments. This results in different pricing than British Airways. Iberia is generally the better program if you live in a city that is going to require a connection on your partner flight. You can read about British Airways vs. Iberia here.

Each Iberia partner has its own redemption table, but charts are distance based. Click here for redemption charts on Iberia partners.

Aer Lingus requires miles for each segment like British Airways. You can see the Aer Lingus chart here. Note that the chart has zones, but it seems that the zones correspond with distances.

One important note about British Airways Executive Club, Iberia Plus, and Aer Lingus Aer Club Avios

You can transfer avios between Aer Lingus, Iberia, and British Airways. Note that this is not normally an option. You usually cannot transfer airline miles From one airline to another. These 3 airlines just happen to have a unique partnership that does allow transfers.

AirFrance/KLM Flying Blue award ticket pricing

Flying Blue has moved to a dynamic pricing model for flights operated by KLM and AirFrance. Basically, they price flights however they feel like on any given day, although the paid fare does seem to be a factor. Dynamic pricing means that it’s pretty tough to predict the amount of miles required for any given route. You can definitely get great value out of this program, but it’s tough to predict which routes and dates are going to be available at a great redemption price.

For partner flights, their website states “You can also use Miles to book flights for yourself or the person of your choice in Economy and Business with SkyTeam partners and other partner airlines. On all partner flights, the price in Miles is based on the booking class and flight distance.” So I guess we can say award ticket pricing for a flight operated by a Flying Blue partner is distance based? It’s unclear how distance is calculated when there are multiple segments.

Emirates Skywards award ticket pricing

For flights operated by Emirates, the redemption prices are zone-based. For partner flights, Emirates has a different redemption table for each partner. Some are zone-based, some are distance based.

Related post: Best ways to redeem Emirates Skywards miles

Jet Blue TrueBlue award ticket pricing

Jetblue does not publish redemption tables for their own flights. If you’re redeeming for a JetBlue operated flight, the amount of points required seems to correlate with the paid fare. If the paid fare is lower, the amount of points required is lower. When the fare is higher, more points are required. Click here for more info about Jetblue.

If you’re redeeming Jetblue True Blue points for a flight operated by Hawaiian Airlines, there is an award chart, but redemption prices seem a little high. You might have better luck with other Chase partners. Click here to see the Hawaiian Airlines chart for True Blue redemptions.

Southwest Rapid Rewards award ticket pricing

Like JetBlue, Southwest’s redemption prices are tied to the fare. The great thing about Southwest is that you do not have to worry about availability. If a seat is available, you can book it with points. The problem is, a higher fare means more points. This can be an issue if you’re trying to book travel around peak times such as holidays.

Note that if you transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards to Southwest, they do not qualify for the companion pass.

United Mileage Plus award ticket pricing

Earlier this year, United announced a change in the way award tickets are priced. Basically, they’re switching to a dynamic pricing model for flights operated by United. In November of this year, award charts will be eliminated. Until November 15, you can get an idea of redemption prices here.

For flights operated by partners, United originally stated that partner charts will remain as is. However, their website now states “The partner award chart will remain in effect for travel through November 14, 2019. For travel on or after November 15, 2019, there may be flights that require a higher number of miles than the amounts indicated on the award chart. When you search for awards while booking, youโ€™ll see the applicable award level.” So, partner flights may or may not have dynamic pricing after November 14.

See also: United award ticket pricing changes

Singapore Airlines Krisflyer award ticket pricing

Singapore Airlines Krisflyer has several award charts. All are zone-based.

When you redeem Singapore Airlines miles for flights operated by Singapore Airlines, there are two tiers of awards, similar to the way American Airlines does milesAAver and AAnytime tickets. Singapore’s version of AAnytime awards are called Advantage awards (not to be confused with American Airlines AAdvantage miles). Like American Airlines milesAAver, usually Singapore Airlines Krisflyer saver awards are the only ones worth booking. Click here for the saver award chart on flights operated by Singapore Airlines.

To redeem Krisflyer miles for flights operated by Star Alliance partners, this chart applies.

In addition to Star Alliance partners, Singapore Airlines has some non alliance partners. Each partner has its own chart you can see by clicking on the links:

Virgin Atlantic Flying Club award ticket pricing

Virgin Atlantic Flying Club’s charts for Virgin Atlantic flights are zone-based. When you redeem Virign Atlantic Flying Club miles for Virgin Atlantic flights, there are two different charts. One is for peak season and one is for standard (off peak). Click here to see the charts for flights operated by Virgin Atlantic.

In addition to flights operated by Virgin Atlantic, you can use Flying Club miles to book flights operated by partner airlines. Each has different pricing, but all are zone-based:

Final thoughts and an important tip

redeeming Chase ultimate rewards points for flights

In addition to redeeming via the Chase Ultimate Rewards redemption portal, you can transfer to airline programs. You can use miles from those programs to book flights operated by more than 50 airlines.

TIP: Even if the flights you want are operated by an airline partner of Chase, I suggest looking at other partners because you may get a better redemption price!

After finding saver award availability on a flight operated by United, your first thought would probably be, “great, I can transfer Ultimate Rewards points to United Mileage Plus to book the flight”

There may actually a better option though. Using an award flight to Hawaii (operated by United) as an example, here are your options:

  • Singapore Airlines Krisflyer is also a transfer partner of Chase.
  • As a Star alliance member, you can use Singapore Airlines Krisflyer miles to book United flights.
  • United’s saver redemption price for US-Hawaii is 45,000 miles roundtrip.
  • Singapore’s redemption price for US-Hawaii operated by United Airlines is 35,000 miles.

I can save 10,000 Ultimate Rewards points by using Singapore Airlines to book the United flight.

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