When your Cathay Pacific Asia Miles expire depends on when you earned your miles.
For miles earned before January 1, 2020, your miles expire three years after you earned the miles, with no way to extend the miles.
For miles earned after January 1, 2020, your miles expire 18 months after account inactivity, which can be extended every time you earn or redeem at least one Asia Mile.
Comparison of Mileage Expiration Policies
Below are the mileage expiration policies for the major airline points programs, so you can see how Cathay Pacific Asia Miles compares to the competition.
|AeroMexico||24 months after inactivity|
|Air Canada (Aeroplan)||18 months after inactivity|
|Air France (Flying Blue)||24 months after inactivity|
|Alaska Airlines||24 months after inactivity|
|American Airlines||18 months after inactivity|
|Asiana Airlines||10 years|
|British Airways||36 months after inactivity|
|Delta Air Lines||Never|
|Etihad||24 months from inactivity|
|EVA Air||36 months|
|Iberia||36 months after inactivity|
|Korean Air||10 years|
|Qantas||18 months after inactivity|
|Qatar Airways||36 months after inactivity|
|Singapore Airlines||36 months|
|Turkish Airlines||3 years|