With the Miles & More RSS feeds, you will always be up-to-date on all the important news, flight awards and offers for earning and spending miles. As soon as some new content appears on our website, your RSS reader will notify you. In this way you will always be up-to-date, even if you don't have the Miles & More pages open right now.
The Miles & More newsfeed offers a wide range of news to interested parties, as for Miles & More members.
Frequent Travellers, Senators and HON Circle Members also receive additional RSS feeds with exclusive news and offers.
How can I get the Miles & More RSS feeds?
You can subscribe to the Miles & More RSS feeds free of charge. Just click on the link to the desired newsfeed in the following list.
In order to be able to read Miles & More RSS feeds, you need a feed reader capable of receiving and displaying RSS feeds, with RSS feed management functionality.
Reading RSS feeds with web browsers
You can read our RSS feeds with the latest web browsers. To do this, all you have to do is click the RSS icon in the navigation bar of your browser or on the link in the list above. These are some of the browsers that support RSS:
- Firefox - Windows, Mac OS, Linux - Microsoft Internet Explorer from version 7 - Windows - Opera from version 9 - Windows, Mac OS, Linux
You can independently add all the feeds to your browser with iGoogle, with MyYahoo or with netvibes.
Reading RSS feeds with news readers
RSS readers are capable of utilising the full potential of an RSS feed. They check at regular intervals whether any subscribed feeds have been updated and download any new ones accordingly. Depending on the type of RSS reader, different feeds can be subscribed to and structured into subject areas.
In particular, RSS readers available online offer many different functions which can be tailored selectively to one’s own requirements. For example, you can find an overview of current newsreaders from www.rss-verzeichnis.de.
With most feed readers it is possible to add the Miles & More RSS newsfeeds by clicking on "NEW". All you have to do then is to enter the link to the appropriate Miles & More RSS feed. This is done by clicking at the top on the desired feed and copying the link from the address line of the browser.
What is RSS?
RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication" and allows data to be exchanged independently of platform.