HawaiianMiles No Longer Expire

Hawaiian Airlines has changed the mileage expiry policy of HaiwaiianMiles effective April 12, 2021.

HawaiianMiles previously required activity at least every 18 months to keep them from expiring, but this is no longer necessary. Miles no longer expire.

You can access the Hawaiian Airlines page for the announcement here.

Here’s the notice to HawaiianMiles members:

HawaiianMiles Program Updates

Updated: April 12, 2021

Miles no longer expire

Effective immediately, HawaiianMiles are no longer subject to activity-based expiration. So the miles earned through flights and with our HawaiianMiles Partners will remain available for members whenever they are ready to use them.

When did this policy change go into effect?

This policy is effective April 12, 2021.

Do I need to keep a minimum amount of miles in my account?

No, there is no minimum amount of miles required.

Conclusion

Reasonable move from Hawaiian to ensure that HawaiianMiles members won’t have their miles expire during the pandemic and lessened travel demand.

You have to keep an eye on these expiry announcements, however. Airline and hotel loyalty programs sometimes move from non-expiring miles/points to ones that expire (they can write off the value of expired points).

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