Some people still need Delta Air Lines SkyMiles MQM to achieve their 2024 status goals. So, we’re still looking for MQM runs — and we found one!
This Los Angeles (LAX) to Honolulu (HNL) run nets 8,064 MQM or $330.70. That comes out to a very respectable 4.1 cents per MQM.
The trip travels LAX-HNL-MSP-LAX. And it is a Main Cabin/coach run. This might be the time to redeem some Regional Upgrade Certificates (RUC) if you have any lying around. The flights to and from HNL are aboard 767-300s featuring lie-flats in First Class.
I like that the trip departs on a Friday and gets home the next day.
I believe some shuttle services provide roundtrip transportation from HNL to Waikiki Beach. That’s something you could do for a few hours during your layover.
There may be other available dates. This is the first one I saw; I wanted to get it out to you ASAP.
But I need MQD – not MQM! What about ME?!
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