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This morning I noted that Chase transfers to Korean Air SkyPass were showing temporarily unavailable.
- Airlines: United, Korean Air, British Airways, Singapore Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, Southwest Airlines, Air France KLM
- Hotels: Hyatt, IHG, Marriott, Ritz-Carlton
Korean Air SkyPass is one of my favorite programs. They have great partners, many of their award prices are reasonable, they allow generous award holds and their change fees are super low. And they have the best first class award availability of any airline.
I was concerned that transfers could be offline awhile as they were two years ago. Korean Air is generous with award holds, but I heard from readers who planned to travel in the next several days.
I reached out to Chase, who let me know that “The temporary technical issue with Korean Air has been resolved. Any point transfer attempts during that time have been resubmitted.”