Business Credit Cards with Airline Miles
American Airlines affinity card is issued by Citi and while they have several variations of their consumer version, they have just one business version (which happens to be a MasterCard). They have nearly identical features with the added ability to earn double miles on certain business expenses. (See Review Here).
Airtran has won the top spot for low cost carriers in the coveted Airline Quality Rating (AQR) study for 2008 and 2009 and was the recipient of the prestigious Market Leadership Award from Air Transport World in 2010. If you fly AirTran, the AirTran Airways A+ Business Credit Card is something you should consider.
The Hawaiian Airlines Business Credit Card is appeal to the business owner who fly Hawaiian Airlines frequently and most like have business dealing in Hawaii.
The Alaska Airlines frequent flyer program is one of the best around. And the Alaska Airlines Business Credit Card is a good card to have for the business owner who uses this airline a lot.
The US Airways Business MasterCard is for the business owner who travels a lot on US Airways and wants to earn extra US Airways Dividend Miles.
Frontier Airlines is headquarterd in Denver CO and has hubs at Denver, Milwalkie and Kansas City. If you fly frequently with them, then the Frontier Business Credit Card is a card to consider for your business.
I suspect that business owners who travel a lot to Asia (especially Korea) will fly Asiana. The Asiana Airlines Business Credit Card is designed for such business owners to let them earn extra miles and perhaps save money on an international ticket.
The United Mileage Plus® Signature® Visa Card is targeted at frequent flyers of United Airlines who are elite members of their Mileage Plus frequent flier program.