Asiana Airlines miles on 10 years on December 31st after earning them, with no way to extend the miles.
For example, if you earned 10,000 Asiana miles in April 2021, you have until December 31, 2031, to use the miles.
Asiana Diamond, Diamond Plus, and Platinum elite members’ miles don’t expire until 12 years after earning them.
However, you should redeem your Asiana miles before Asiana Airlines and Korean Air merges sometime in 2024 to avoid a devaluation of your miles.
Comparison of Expiration Policies
Below are the mileage expiration policies of the major airline points programs to see how Asiana stacks up to the competition.
|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|
|Iberia||36 months after inactivity|
|Qantas||18 months after inactivity|
|Qatar Airways||36 months after inactivity|
|Singapore Airlines||36 months|