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Check out the similar lists I made for Los Angeles and New York City.

Below is a list of every oneworld alliance flight from Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) flown by British Airways, American Airlines, Iberia, Japan Airlines, and Qantas. I have also included non-oneworld partners on which you can book flights with Avios, in this case only Alaska Airlines.

The list is divided into International routes, Hawaii routes, and Domestic routes. Within each group, the routes are listed from most Avios required to fewest. For each route the miles listed are for economy/business/first class and are times 1000 for a three-cabin plane. If the route is operated by a two-cabin plane, it’s just economy/business or first, whatever the premium cabin is called.

Avios has the very annoying feature that if the airline calls a cabin first class, Avios charges three times the coach price. American calls its domestic premium cabin first class. But the same seats to Canada, Puerto Rico, and other foreign countries are called business class. That means that the seats up front on a domestic route cost three times the coach seats, but the same seats on a flight to Canada only cost two times the coach price.

Some of the regional routes may only be operated by one-cabin planes.

Routes and classes that use fewer Avios than the number of AAdvantage miles required are in bold. Routes and classes that use more Avios than the number of AAdvantage miles required are crossed out. If Avios equals AAdvantage for that class and route, the route and number of miles are written normally. Of course, bold doesn’t mean the redemption is a good deal. Don’t forget about the crippling fuel surcharges to Europe, Australia, Africa, and Asia. And crossed out doesn’t necessarily mean the route is a bad deal since Avios are worth less than AAdvantage miles.


Sydney (SYD) 50/100/150

Brisbane (BNE) 50/100/150

Tokyo (NRT) 30/60/90

London (LHR) 25/50/75

Paris (CDG) 25/50/75

Madrid (MAD) 25/50/75

Frankfurt (FRA) 25/50/75

Sao Paulo (GRU) 25/50/75

Rio de Janeiro (GIG) 25/50/75

Santiago (SCL) 25/50/75

Buenos Aires (EZE) 25/50/75

Caracas (CCS) 12.5/25

Barbados (BGI) 12.5/25

Providenciales (PLS) 10/20

Nassau (NAS) 10/20

Montego (MBJ) 10/20

Panama City (PTY) 10/20

San Salvador (SAL) 10/20

San Jose, CR (SJO) 10/20

Guatemala City (GUA) 10/20

Liberia (LIR) 10/20

Belize (BZE) 10/20

Toronto (YYZ) 10/20

Vancouver (YVR) 10/20

Calgary (YYC) 10/20

Montreal (YUL) 10/20

Aguascalientes (AGU) 7.5/15

Guadalajara (GDL) 7.5/15

Leon/Del Bajio (BJX) 7.5/15

Mazatlan (MZT) 7.5/15

Morelia (MLM) 7.5/15

Queretaro (QRO) 7.5/15

San Luis Potosi (SLP) 7.5/15

Veracruz (VER) 7.5/15

Cancun (CUN) 7.5/15

Cozumel (CZM) 7.5/15

Mexico City (MEX) 7.5/15

Puerto Vallarta (PVR) 7.5/15

Acapulco (ACA) 7.5/15

Zihuatanejo (ZIH) 7.5/15

San Jose del Cabo (SJD) 7.5/15

Chihuahua (CUU) 4.5/9

Monterrey (MTT) 4.5/9

Torreon (TRC) 4.5/9


Honolulu (HNL) 20/60

Kahului (OGG) 20/60


Anchorage 20/60

San Juan, Puerto Rico (SJU) 12.5/25

Seattle (SEA) 10/30

Baltimore (BWI) 10/30

Boston (BOS) 10/30

Fresno (FAT) 10/30

Hartford (BDL) 10/30

Los Angeles (LAX) 10/30

New York (JFK) 10/30

New York (LGA) 10/30

Newark (EWR) 10/30

Norfolk (ORF) 10/30

Ontario, CA (ONT) 10/30

Orange County (SNA) 10/30

Philadelphia (PHL) 10/30

Portland (PDX) 10/30

Reno/Tahoe (RNO) 10/30

Richmond (RIC) 10/30

Sacramento (SMF) 10/30

San Diego (SAN) 10/30

San Francisco (SFO) 10/30

San Jose, CA (SJC) 10/30

Washington-Dulles (IAD) 10/30

Washington-National (DCA) 10/30

Atlanta (ATL) 7.5/22.5

Charlotte (CLT) 7.5/22.5

Chicago-O’Hare (ORD) 7.5/22.5

Cleveland (CLE) 7.5/22.5

Columbus (CMH) 7.5/22.5

Dayton (DAY) 7.5/22.5

Denver (DEN) 7.5/22.5

Detroit (DTW) 7.5/22.5

Fort Lauderdale (FLL) 7.5/22.5

Ft. Myers (RSW) 7.5/22.5

Indianapolis (IND) 7.5/22.5

Jacksonville (JAX) 7.5/22.5

Las Vegas (LAS) 7.5/22.5

Louisville (SDF) 7.5/22.5

Miami (MIA) 7.5/22.5

Milwaukee (MKE) 7.5/22.5

Minneapolis/St. Paul (MSP) 7.5/22.5

Orlando (MCO) 7.5/22.5

Palm Springs (PSP) 7.5/22.5

Phoenix (PHX) 7.5/22.5

Pittsburgh (PIT) 7.5/22.5

Raleigh-Durham (RDU) 7.5/22.5

Salt Lake City (SLC) 7.5/22.5

Tampa (TPA) 7.5/22.5

Tucson (TUS) 7.5/22.5

West Palm Beach (PBI) 7.5/22.5

Vail (EGE) 7.5/22.5

Gunnison/Crested Butte (GUC) 7.5/22.5

Hayden/Steamboat Springs (SBS) 7.5/22.5

Jackson Hole (JAC) 7.5/22.5

Montrose (MTJ) 7.5/22.5

Asheville (AVL) 7.5/22.5

Aspen (ASE) 7.5/22.5

Myrtle Beach (MYR) 7.5/22.5

Bloomington/Normal (BMI) 7.5/22.5

Cedar Rapids (CID) 7.5/22.5

Champaign/Urbana (CMI) 7.5/22.5

Charleston, SC (CHS) 7.5/22.5

Chattanooga (CHA) 7.5/22.5

Cincinnati (CVG) 7.5/22.5

Columbia, SC (CAE) 7.5/22.5

Columbus, GA (CSG) 7.5/22.5

Ft. Walton Beach (VPS) 7.5/22.5

Ft. Wayne (FWA) 7.5/22.5

Grand Junction (GJT) 7.5/22.5

Grand Rapids (GRR) 7.5/22.5

Greensboro (GSO) 7.5/22.5

Greenville/Spartanburg (GSP) 7.5/22.5

Lexington (LEX) 7.5/22.5

Madison (MSN) 7.5/22.5

Moline/Quad Cities 7.5/22.5

Peoria (PIA) 7.5/22.5

Rapid City (RAP) 7.5/22.5

Savannah (SAV) 7.5/22.5

Sioux Falls (FSD) 7.5/22.5

Tallahassee (TLH) 7.5/22.5

Albuquerque (ABQ) 4.5/13.5

Austin (AUS) 4.5/13.5

Birmingham (BHM) 4.5/13.5

Colorado Springs (COS) 4.5/13.5

Des Moines (DSM) 4.5/13.5

El Paso (ELP) 4.5/13.5

Fayatteville (XNA) 4.5/13.5

Houston-Intercontinental (IAH) 4.5/13.5

Huntsville (HSV) 4.5/13.5

Kansas City (MCI) 4.5/13.5

Little Rock (LIT) 4.5/13.5

McAllen (MFE) 4.5/13.5

Memphis (MEM) 4.5/13.5

Nashville (BNA) 4.5/13.5

New Orleans (MSY) 4.5/13.5

Oklahoma City (OKC) 4.5/13.5

Omaha (OMA) 4.5/13.5

St. Louis (STL) 4.5/13.5

San Antonio (SAT) 4.5/13.5

Tulsa (TUL) 4.5/13.5

Wichita (ICT) 4.5/13.5

Abilene (ABI) 4.5/13.5

Alexandria (ALY) 4.5/13.5

Amarillo (AMA) 4.5/13.5

Baton Rouge (BTR) 4.5/13.5

Brownsville (BRO) 4.5/13.5

College Station (CLL) 4.5/13.5

Corpus Christi (CRP) 4.5/13.5

Durango (DRO) 4.5/13.5

Evansville (EVV) 4.5/13.5

Ft. Smith (FSM) 4.5/13.5

Garden City (GCK) 4.5/13.5

Grand Island (GRI) 4.5/13.5

Gulfport/Biloxi (GPT) 4.5/13.5

Houston-Hobby (HOU) 4.5/13.5

Jackson, MS (JAN) 4.5/13.5

Joplin (JLN) 4.5/13.5

Kileen/Ft. Hood (GRK) 4.5/13.5

Lafayette (LFT) 4.5/13.5

Lake Charles (LCH) 4.5/13.5

Laredo (LRD) 4.5/13.5

Lawton (LAW) 4.5/13.5

Longview (GGG) 4.5/13.5

Lubbock (LBB) 4.5/13.5

Manhattan, KS (MHK) 4.5/13.5

Midland/Odessa (MAF) 4.5/13.5

Mobile (MOB) 4.5/13.5

Monroe (MLV) 4.5/13.5

Montgomery (MGM) 4.5/13.5

Pensacola (PNS) 4.5/13.5

Roswell (ROW) 4.5/13.5

San Angelo (SJT) 4.5/13.5

Santa Fe (SAF) 4.5/13.5

Shreveport (SHV) 4.5/13.5

Springfield, IL (SPI) 4.5/13.5

Springfield, MO (SGF) 4.5/13.5

Texarkana (TXK) 4.5/13.5

Tulsa (TUL) 4.5/13.5

Tyler (TYR) 4.5/13.5

Waco (ACT) 4.5/13.5

Wichita Falls (SPS) 4.5/13.5

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