Use your miles to go!

Looking to book award travel? Take a look at our award charts to see how many miles you'll need to get there.

When you're ready to book, click 'Book award travel' and use the award calendar to see all the seats available when you want to fly. Once you select your flights, we'll show you the total number of miles, plus a breakdown of all the associated taxes and fees for award travel.

Low Awards:
If your plans are flexible, a Low award is right for you. Low awards require the fewest number of miles and award availability varies by flight and date.

Medium / High Awards:
With no blackout dates, you can use your miles for any seat on any US Airways and/or American Airlines flights. Medium / High award mileage levels vary by date. For Medium / High awards that include travel on American Airlines, please call US Airways Reservations at 800-428-4322.

US Airways and American Airlines award chart

Roundtrip award

Mileage needed

Within and between the continental U.S.Main Cabin
Low: 25,000
Medium: 40,000
High - Level 1: 60,000
High - Level 2: *

Business/First Class
Low: 50,000
Medium: 90,000
High - Level 1: 110,000
High - Level 2: *

First Class
Low: 65,000
Medium: 170,000
High - Level 1: 190,000
High - Level 2: *
Within and between the continental U.S., Alaska and CanadaMain Cabin
Low: 25,000
Medium: 50,000
High - Level 1: 80,000
High - Level 2: *

Business/First Class
Low: 50,000
Medium: 100,000
High - Level 1: 130,000
High - Level 2: *

First Class
Low: 65,000
Medium: 180,000
High - Level 1: 210,000
High - Level 2: *
Between the continental U.S. or Canada & the CaribbeanMain Cabin
Off-peak: 25,000
Low: 35,000
Medium: 55,000
High - Level 1: 75,000
High - Level 2: *

Business/First Class
Off-peak: 50,000
Low: 60,000
Medium: 100,000
High - Level 1: 120,000
High - Level 2: *

First Class
Low: 60,000
Medium: 180,000
High - Level 1: 200,000
High - Level 2: *
Between the continental U.S. or Canada and Mexico or Central AmericaMain Cabin
Low: 35,000
Medium: 55,000
High - Level 1: 75,000
High - Level 2: *

Business/First Class
Low: 60,000
Medium: 100,000
High - Level 1: 120,000
High - Level 2: *

First Class
Low: 60,000
Medium: 180,000
High - Level 1: 200,000
High - Level 2: *
Between North America* and HawaiiMain Cabin
Low: 40,000
Medium: 80,000
High - Level 1: 100,000
High - Level 2: *

Business/First Class
Low: 80,000
Medium: 135,000
High - Level 1: 180,000
High - Level 2: *

First Class
Low: 80,000
Medium: 215,000
High - Level 1: 260,000
High - Level 2: *
Between North America* or Hawaii and EuropeMain Cabin
Off-peak: 35,000
Low: 60,000
Medium: 90,000
High - Level 1: 130,000
High - Level 2: *

Business/First Class
Off-peak: N/A
Low: 100,000
Medium: 220,000
High - Level 1: 270,000
High - Level 2: *

First Class
Low: 125,000
Medium: 280,000
High - Level 1: 350,000
High - Level 2: *
Between North America* or Hawaii and the Middle EastMain Cabin
Low: 80,000
Medium: 130,000
High - Level 1: 170,000
High - Level 2: *

Business/First Class
Low: 120,000
Medium: 250,000
High - Level 1: 310,000
High - Level 2: *

First Class
Low: 180,000
Medium: 330,000
High - Level 1: 390,000
High - Level 2: *
Between North America* and Japan or KoreaMain Cabin
Low: 60,000
Medium: 120,000
High - Level 1: 160,000
High - Level 2: *

Business/First Class
Low: 110,000
Medium: 240,000
High - Level 1: 310,000
High - Level 2: *

First Class
Low: 120,000
Medium: 340,000
High - Level 1: 400,000
High - Level 2: *
Between North America* and China or Hong KongMain Cabin
Low: 60,000
Medium: 130,000
High - Level 1: 170,000
High - Level 2: *

Business/First Class
Low: 110,000
Medium: 280,000
High - Level 1: 350,000
High - Level 2: *

First Class
Low: 120,000
Medium: 360,000
High - Level 1: 420,000
High - Level 2: *
Between North America* and Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, VenezuelaMain Cabin
Low: 60,000
Medium: 70,000
High - Level 1: 100,000
High - Level 2: *

Business/First Class
Low: 100,000
Medium: 130,000
High - Level 1: 180,000
High - Level 2: *

First Class
Low: 125,000
Medium: 210,000
High - Level 1: 260,000
High - Level 2: *
Between North America* and Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, UruguayMain Cabin
Low: 60,000
Medium: 110,000
High - Level 1: 150,000
High - Level 2: *

Business/First Class
Low: 100,000
Medium: 220,000
High - Level 1: 300,000
High - Level 2: *

First Class
Low: 125,000
Medium: 320,000
High - Level 1: 380,000
High - Level 2: *

*High level 2 awards are offered on a few select dates and require a higher number of miles to redeem. North America includes the continental U.S., Canada, Bermuda, the Caribbean, Central America and Mexico.

For flights offering only two classes of service the Economy and Business / First Class awards apply. For flights offering three classes of service Economy, Business / First and First Class awards apply.

US Airways off-peak award travel chart

Planning a trip to Europe or the Caribbean? Do you have a flexible travel schedule? You may be eligible for a mileage discount of up to 40%. Get additional flexibility when you redeem Dividend Miles with our off-peak awards. Available on US Airways flights only.

Roundtrip award

Off-peak dates & mileage needed

Between the continental U.S. (including Alaska) or Canada and the CaribbeanSeptember 1 - 30, 2015
Main Cabin: 25,000
First Class: 50,000
Between North America* or Hawaii and EuropeJanuary 15 - February 28, 2015
Main Cabin: 35,000
First/Business Class: N/A

* North America includes the continental U.S., Canada, Bermuda, the Caribbean, Central America and Mexico.

Partner award travel

Check the award chart to see how many miles you need to reach your desired destination. Then, you can book award travel on usairways.com or call 800-428-4322.