Florida, a Top Destination to Travel to with 25,000 Aeroplan Miles

You have 25,000 Aeroplan Miles saved up and it’s time to plan your next getaway, now comes the fun part…deciding where to go! We asked our communities on Facebook and Twitter where they would go if they had 25,000 Aeroplan Miles. The most popular destination according to our members is Florida!

We couldn’t agree more! Whether you’re looking for romance and relaxation, family fun or shopping and nightlife, Florida has something for everyone.

Apart from the beautiful beaches and friendly people, one of the things Florida is known for is their incredible amusement & theme parks, such as Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Studios and Legoland. Don’t forget that as an Aeroplan Member, you can redeem miles towards your entrance at these places and more!

Have you been to Florida? What are some of the things you like to do while there? What would you do with 25,000 Aeroplan Miles? Tell us in the comments below!

31 Responses to “Florida, a Top Destination to Travel to with 25,000 Aeroplan Miles”

  1. Graeme April 12, 2014 at 10:18 am #

    Booked flights to Saint John to Ottawa for my wife and myself. Her’s was on our Aeroplan air miles (30,000 return) and mine full fare. The Aeroplan contact center charged $39 booking fee for each. My Black distinction (310,000 Air Miles) didn’t give ME any special treatment….always seems to be a twist that costs. It really makes me wonder about the value Aeroplan

    • Aeroplan April 23, 2014 at 3:42 pm #

      Hi Graeme,
      Bookings done through the Contact Center do incur a 30 dollar booking fee that is applied per passenger. Our agents are a great resource and they can answer your questions while the flight is being booked. You can also try booking your flight on Aeroplan.com where the booking fee is waived.

      • Mike Kay August 20, 2014 at 11:20 am #

        dISTINCTION is useless, if you go to any other site you will see people complaining about the lack of perks. At minimum a dBlack should have a booking fee waived.

  2. Heather Dufault April 4, 2014 at 3:46 pm #

    I would like to know the definition of a ‘short-haul’ flight, as I would like to book flights to New York city from Ottawa for two people–but don’t know whether this distance is considered ‘short-haul’ or not (apparently I have enough miles for two short-haul flights). It seems to be very difficult to find this kind of information on the Aeroplan website–or anywhere else for that matter!! (I am relatively new to Aeroplan, but I would really appreciate advice on whether there’s a mileage chart or some other sort of information readily available so that I can figure these definitions out.)

    • Aeroplan April 10, 2014 at 1:55 pm #

      Hi Heather,You can find the qualifications for what constitutes a Short Haul Reward here: https://www3.aeroplan.com/FlightRewardChart.do#shorthaulYou can also call our Contact Center if you would like to look into your flight options. The number is 800-361-5373.Thanks,Jason

  3. MIke February 25, 2014 at 5:10 pm #

    I’m having a hard time navigating through this site to fiind and book a holiday using my aerowplan miles. I have over 65,000 and would like to take a vacation between march 10th to march 17th. Mexico, Cuba, Dom, jamaica. anywhere really..

    • Aeroplan April 10, 2014 at 1:57 pm #

      Hi Mike,
      You can call our Contact Center if you would like some assistance with finding an itinerary for your travel.

  4. Rick Stern December 9, 2013 at 3:17 pm #

    I had the same problem as Steve. The Aeroplan advice worked for me.



  5. Renee November 24, 2013 at 6:33 pm #

    Last year I booked late to have family come out from Toronto area.

    This year I started checking early like in Sept. Date and times are flexible during a whole 4 week period so seriously I can’t be accused of not being flexible.

    BUT these same 4 weeks that I that I have been looking at for a flight in and out is still not available.

    My ‘Black’ level status has not helped in the least it would seem and now definitely seems worse. What’s up with the complete lack of available seats?


    • Aeroplan December 23, 2013 at 1:54 pm #

      Hi Renee,

      Air Canada and our other Star Alliance partners sometimes release seats a bit later. We suggest checking back often, you may find the flights you are looking for.


  6. Karen November 1, 2013 at 8:24 am #

    If I have just under 25,000, can I use the points I have to fly to florida and pay for the remaning amount?


    • Aeroplan December 5, 2013 at 10:40 am #

      Hi Karen,
      Yes you may top up the miles you are missing at a rate of 3 cents a mile plus any applicable taxes.
      Hope that helps,

  7. Steve October 28, 2013 at 1:31 pm #

    I have not booked a flight in a little while but at one time (not that long ago) it required 25,000 points round trip from Eastern Canada to Vegas for example. Now I am looking at flights to Flordia and Vancouver – nothing below 50K (or double what they use to be). I placed in flex dates ect, nothing below 50K. Did the flight double in points in the last little while – if so, why such a hugh increase ?

    • Aeroplan December 3, 2013 at 11:45 am #

      Hi Steve,
      Business class rewards for North America Long Haul are 50,000 where as economy is 25,000. This could have been what you were seeing. You can always call our Contact Center if you would like to go over availability options. The number is 800-361-5373.