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Which 30 airlines can I book with Avios points?

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Today I wanted to look at which airlines you can book with Avios points.

You know about British Airways, of course.  But there are actually 30 airlines which let you use Avios for some or all of their flights.

This list has got bigger recently, because Qatar Airways has adopted Avios as its loyalty currency.  This means that you can now redeem via a number of Qatar Airways airline partners which were not already partners with British Airways, Iberia or Aer Lingus.

Which 25 airlines can I book with Avios points?

You won’t find the information in this article in one place on any of the Avios websites –,,, etc – but we have pulled it all together for you.

I have listed all of the airlines below which accept Avios redemptions.

The ones marked ‘(BA)’ can be booked on  This means that the process is the same as booking British Airways redemptions.

An airline marked ‘(AC)’ can be booked via the platform.  You can open an account via the Aer Lingus AerClub website and then use ‘Combine My Avios’ on or to move your points across.

An airline marked ‘(IB)’ means that you can only book it from an Iberia Plus account. To transfer to or from an Iberia Plus account, the Iberia account must have been open for 90 days and have ‘earned’ at least 1 Avios.  The easiest way to ‘earn’ an Avios in Iberia Plus is to transfer 1,000 Amex Membership Rewards points.

An airline marked ‘(QR)’ means that you can only book it from a Qatar Privilege Club account.  You can use your British Airways Avios balance on the Qatar Airways website by following the instructions here.

30 airlines you can fly with Avios points

Which airlines can you book with Avios?

This list is alphabetical. In brackets, I have added the programmes which let you redeem Avios for that airline – BA for British Airways Executive Club, IB for Iberia Plus, AC for / AerClub / Vueling Club and QR for Qatar Privilege Club.

Some partners can only be booked by telephone via the service centre of the relevant programme, eg Avianca. You cannot necessarily book all routes operated by a particular airline.

Aer Lingus (AC, BA)

Air Nostrum / Iberia Regional (IB, BA)

Alaska Airlines (BA, IB, QR)

American Airlines (BA, IB, QR)

Avianca (IB)

Bangkok Airways (QR)

Binter Canarias (IB)

British Airways (AC, BA, IB, QR)

Cathay Pacific (BA, IB, QR)

Finnair (BA, IB, QR)

Iberia (AC, BA, IB, QR)

Iberia Express (AC, BA, IB)

Interjet (IB, only valid when linked to an Iberia flight to/from Mexico)

Japan Airlines (BA, IB, QR)



Malaysia Airlines (BA, IB, QR)

Middle East Airlines (QR)

Oman Air (QR, Doha to Muscat route only)

Qantas (BA, IB, QR)

QantasLink (BA – telephone only, read here)

Qatar Airways (BA, IB, QR)

Royal Air Maroc (BA, IB, QR)

Royal Jordanian (BA, IB, QR)

RwandAir (QR)

S7 Airlines (BA, IB, QR but currently suspended)

SriLankan Airlines (BA, IB, QR)

SUN-AIR of Scandinavia (BA)

Virgin Australia (QR from July 2022)

Vueling (AC, IB)

Oman Air has recently announced plans to join the oneworld alliance, so you will be able to redeem Avios with them from 2024.

Details on British Airways Executive Club partners can be found on here. Details of Iberia Plus partners can be found on here. Details of Qatar Privilege Club partners can be found on here.

Comments (60)

  • ADS says:

    Worth remembering that fees can be quite different using different booking channels

    For example EI redemptions on / / BA phoneline often cost different amounts for each booking method

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