For the first time ever, I’ve flown 100,000 miles before November. Back when we were aggressively growing the company in 2001, I barely hit 100K by the end of the year. This year has been ridiculous in regards to my travel and I still have a lot more to go.
So what makes up my 100K? This is not scientific, but, from what I can recall:
- Providence, RI (multiple times – I often travel by train, but sometimes make the quick jump in the air)
- London (6 times)
- Maui, HI
- Sydney, Australia
- Atlanta (Multiple times)
- Cincinnati (Multiple times)
- Mobile, AL
- Houston (Multiple times)
- New Orleans
- Los Angels
- Las Vegas
- Chicago (Multiple times)
- Raleigh, NC
- ….other places I can’t remember.
Still to go this year:
- Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
- London (again – 2 times)
- Providence, RI
- San Francisco
- Hopefully someplace out west for snowboarding…
Breakdown on Airlines:
- Continental Airlines: 63% of miles flown
- Delta Airlines: 8% of miles flown
- Qantas Airlines: 10% of miles flown
- EOS Airlines: 19% of miles flown (See my review on EOS Airlines)
As a frequent flyer, Continental OnePass is my primary program and all miles from the above airlines get deposited into that account. I currently hold Gold status on Continental, but will achieve Platinum after my trip to the UK in December.
Number of delays: Countless.
Number of cancelations: 1
Number of missed flights: 0
Haircuts at the Virgin Upper Class Lounge at Heathrow: 3