Translation of air mile in Spanish:

air mile

milla aérea, n.

noun

  • 1

    (measurement)
    milla aérea feminine
    • Comedian Bob Hope logged more than 10 million air miles traveling to see the troops.
    • Our policies to tackle climate change will also reduce pollution, waste, energy use and air miles, improve health, food quality, public transport and will save money.
    • He stops writing to look up the distance in air miles.
    • His total air miles: 26,222, a little more than the circumference of the earth.
    • Then there is the issue of air miles and aviation fuel.
    • So, although it is true that wage costs at the company have been the industry's highest, the difference between the major carriers is actually rather slight it is 2 percent more per air mile than their closest competitor, for example.
    • By mid-January 1949, the testing period had taken in more than 250,000 air miles during 800 flying hours.
    • Actually we are 27 air miles from the mountain, and it would take an eruption four times larger than the 1980 one to reach us.
    • Russians have also put up new routes on 7,429-foot Svezdny Pik, 300 air miles to the west.
    • As you bank over Washington's Hood Canal in a floatplane, you realize just how far 37 air miles have brought you.
    • It takes a special person to leave familiar surroundings and travel hundreds of air miles north to work long hours in a challenging work environment.
    • Just 25 air miles from Merrill Field stands a flight meeting center where members practice aerospace education.
    • Balance in Arkansas required fewer counties and fewer miles because there is considerable cropland after about 100 air miles.
    • The 61-year-old, who set off in GlobalFlyer last Wednesday, took the record when he completed 26,389.3 air miles over Shannon in Ireland.
  • 2

    (for frequent flyers)
    milla aérea feminine
    punto (aéreo) masculine Spain
    • I thought this honour was bestowed on me because at the time I was logging about 5,000 air miles a week but I crashed to earth seven years later when it was discovered that my name was the same as a high ranking Australian diplomat.
    • This program, while still in the pilot stage, will be available to frequent fliers who have at least 100,000 air miles per year.
    • It said Monty could have a gold credit card and earn air miles.
    • The donated air miles allow soldiers to get the rest of the way home for free.
    • Get an extra 20,000 bonus air miles per roundtrip from Narita to New York.
    • Little wonder then that Qantas executives are racking up the air miles between Sydney and Canberra.
    • Again, do the maths to work out the value of using your Air Miles before booking these options.
    • NatWest offers one air mile for every £20 spent.
    • We haven't paid even close to that thanks to an Air Miles offer, but the breakfast is generous, the staff are nice and hey!
    • Football managers and agents are clocking up an astonishing number of air miles at the moment and no doubt Britain's favourite airline, which is going through a bit of financial turbulence just now, is grateful for the business.