My January 2013 in Airport Codes

Las Vegas from PlanePBI-DFW-LAX-JFK; LGA-YYZ-RSW; FLL-DTW-LAX-LAS

2013 is already flying by as I had a busy January in the sky.  Highlights were attending the People’s Choice Awards and a G’Day Australi’s Black Tie Gala in Los Angeles. Then I flew to JFK to speak at the New York Times Travel Show before flying up to Canada to checkout the new Four Seasons Toronto. After that I flew to Florida to review the Marco Island Marriott and spend time with my dad who had a really rough January. I ended the month in Las Vegas which is where I snapped this photo. How about you? Did you have a busy January? Please share your airport codes below.

2013 Miles Flown:  11,972
Segments: 10
Carriers: 4 (American, American Eagle, Air Canada, Delta)
Countries: 2 (USA, Canada)
States: 7 (FL,TX,CA, NY, MI,NV,GA)

 

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17 Comments on "My January 2013 in Airport Codes"

  1. Okay so here is mine! I just crossed 1,000,000 miles last year and Im not stopping! From January 10th-February 25th: ATL-SAN-ATL-MCO-JFK-LAX-OGG-LAX-ATL-GRU-EZE-GRU-ATL-LAX-OGG now OGG-LAX-NRT-BKK-VTE-BKK-HKG-BOM-CMB-SIN-DXB-MXP-LHR-BEG-LHR-LAX-ATL-MKE-ATL-JAX-ATL

  2. Todd, are you a flight attendant? Wow! Here is mine: MEL-SYD. That’s it. Lol….

    • Nope! Just a an absolute love for travel, flying, and blogging, Had a goal when I was 15 to fly 1,000,000 and visit 50 countries by 25 and I did it! Now I guess there is no stopping. Other goal is try every airlines First Class, so far I am 65% or so done!

      • Irie Girl Travels | February 3, 2013 at 6:46 am | Reply

        This is so rude of me to ask, but how did you afford such a fete by the age of 25? I, too love to travel, but that alone won’t get me around the World!!

        • Hundredbacklinks Hundredbacklinks | February 8, 2013 at 8:55 pm | Reply

          Not sure what you are asking. How did I afford it?

          • Johny-Believe she was asking me (see the post above about how I got to 50 countries by 25).

            It wasn’t so much about the Money as it was about the dedication, time and learning every possible manipulation/trick/use of points and frequent flyer miles. Writing this from the lounge in Hong Kong as we speak-about to board Cathay Pacific First to Mumbai! Also started my own company that allowed/required a multitude of travel. I have a personal blog at (<– hope Johnny does not mind I post that).

          • Hundredbacklinks Hundredbacklinks | February 8, 2013 at 9:09 pm |

            Ah! I was wondering. I don’t mind

        • Hey Irie Girl, if you are interested on more funding travel advice I wrote a post about it on my blog: I’ve been traveling for the last year and have met a lot of people, also in their 20s, who travel all over the world.

  3. Irie Girl Travels | February 1, 2013 at 5:44 pm | Reply

    Hi Johnny,
    Received this email and wanted your opinion on whether it’s a good deal or not. 50000 points 25000 bonus points sells for $1750.

    Get a 50% bonus when you buy or gift miles*
    Buying miles is the easy way to get award travel, and gifting miles lets you help friends and family members reach their award travel goals quickly. You’ll get a 50% bonus – up to 50,000 bonus miles – when you buy or gift miles through February 28, 2013.
    Buy 10,000 miles → Get 15,000 miles
    Buy 25,000 miles → Get 37,500 miles
    Buy 50,000 miles → Get 75,000 miles
    Buy 100,000 miles → Get 150,000 miles*

    • Hundredbacklinks Hundredbacklinks | February 8, 2013 at 8:56 pm | Reply

      Which airline is this for? I have never paid for miles but I would if I needed to top off my account. This seems like a good deal.

    • That is definitely for Delta miles-I would say absolutely not. It is hard enough to find award availbility for what you want unless you reallly know how to work it (even then its often Futile). I would only do it if you had an award itinerary on hold already that you knew would work. Delta miles are called “SkyPesos” for a reason!

  4. SEA, ATL, FLL, LGA, JFK, SEA and coming up: SEA, JFK, CDG, DEL, and back.

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