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Partner Flight Awards

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General notes on awards
Please check the following notes on award usage.
Notes for Award Redemption Information about Award User Registration
Information

* This content is for tickets issued on/after April 12th, 2015.

* For tickets issued by April 11th, 2015 please see usage and conditions here.

Itineraries

  • ・ The location with the highest number of required miles from your point of departure is regarded as your destination.
  • ・ You cannot create routes that pass through the first or last city on the outbound and inbound trips, or in which the destination is the first or last city.

  • ・ The following limits apply to transfers, except for around-the-world itineraries.

[Locations where transfers are not allowed]

Area 1 North America, Central America, South America, Hawaii, etc.
Area 2 Europe, Middle East, Africa, etc.
Area 3 Japan, South Korea, China, Southeast Asia, South Asia, Southwest Pacific, etc.

  • ・ You cannot transfer in a city in a zone with a higher required number of miles than your point of departure. You also cannot transfer so that the required number of miles from your point of transfer to destination is higher than the required number of miles from your point of departure to destination.

  • ・ When the point of departure and final point of destination differ, both locations must be within the same country.

  • * Hong Kong and China, and Hong Kong and Macau, are regarded as different countries.
  • * The three Scandinavian countries (Denmark, Norway, and Sweden) are regarded as the same country, except for itineraries only in Scandinavia.
  • * The United States and Canada are regarded as the same country.
  • * Europe is regarded as the same country, except for itineraries only in Europe.
  • ・ If the destination of your outbound trip and the point of departure of your inbound trip are different, they must be within the same area.
Area 1 North America, Hawaii, etc.
Area 2 Europe, Middle East, Africa, etc.
Area 3 Japan, South Korea, China, Southeast Asia, South Asia, Southwest Pacific, etc.

  • ・ For zones in which the destination of your outbound trip and the point of departure of your inbound trip are different, the required number of miles will be calculated by halving the required number of miles for each zone and adding them together.

Stopovers and Transfers

One stopover, other than your destination, may be made on flights departing from Japan and overseas for either the outbound or inbound trip. Up to two transfers may be made on the outbound and inbound trips each in Japan. Up to two transfers may also be made on outbound and inbound trips each other than Japan.

  • * Your destination is not included in the number of transfers.
  • * For ground transportation sectors, both cities are together counted as one transfer.

Round-the-world flights

For round-the-world itineraries only, the required number of miles is calculated based on the total itinerary distance (basic sector mileage total). You can make up to eight stopovers when using airplanes to cross the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans one time each until you return to your country of departure (however, only up to three stopovers can be made in Europe and four stopovers can be made in Japan). You must choose either an eastbound or westbound route, and cannot travel in the opposite direction. The final international flight to return to your country of departure must be boarded on or after the 10th day after boarding the first international flight

Distance of entire itinerary *1 Required Miles
Economy Class Business Class First Class
0 - 2,000 20,000 38,000 60,000
2,001 - 4,000 22,000 43,000 70,000
4,001 - 7,000 38,000 63,000 90,000
7,001 - 9,000 43,000 68,000 100,000
9,001 - 11,000 55,000 85,000 120,000
11,001 - 14,000 60,000 90,000 140,000
14,001 - 18,000 65,000 105,000 160,000
18,001 - 20,000 75,000 115,000 180,000
20,001 - 22,000 85,000 125,000 200,000
22,001 - 25,000 100,000 145,000 220,000
25,001 - 29,000 120,000 170,000 260,000
29,001 - 34,000 140,000 200,000 300,000
34,001 - 39,000 160,000 220,000 340,000
39,001 - 44,000 180,000 270,000 390,000
44,001 - 50,000 200,000 300,000 450,000
  • *1 Total basic mileage of each sector.
  • * For Round-the -world itinerary, required mileage will be calculated by total flight distance.
  • * Number of required miles does not vary by season.
  • * Reservations cannot be made with ANA SKY WEB. Please contact the ANA Mileage Club Service Center.

Mixed Classes

For multiple boarding classes, one half of the required miles for the outbound and inbound trips will apply. For itineraries with transfers and multiple classes, the highest class will be applied for the outbound and inbound trips.

Transfers to Japan domestic flights

ANA Japan domestic flights only

  • * Partner Flight Award passengers may not use flights with IBEX Airlines flight numbers.
  • * On domestic flights within Japan, reservations can only be made for Economy Class.

Transport Rules

In accordance with restrictions on foreign airlines carrying passengers between two points within the USA, it is not possible to book an itinerary whereby non-US airlines only are used to fly from the US mainland to Guam or Saipan via third countries such as Japan. In the same way, it is not possible to book an itinerary whereby non-US airlines only are used to fly from Guam or Saipan via third countries such as Japan to the US mainland.

Use of Flight Awards by Infants and Children

Infants

Infants aged less than 2 years using a flight award can occupy their own seat in exchange for the same number of miles as an adult. However, for newborns and infants who are not using a flight award, please purchase a separate infant fare ticket (the infant cannot occupy a seat) or a separate child fare ticket (the infant can occupy a seat) for the same class as the accompanying adult.

  • * Ages refer to the passenger's age on the day of first flight.
  • * On domestic flights, ages for infants and children differ, as do the conditions for using awards. Please refer Awards usage by infants/children of ANA Domestic Flight Awards.

Children

When Children aged above 2 but below 12 years travel using a flight awards, they require the same number of miles as an adult.

  • * Ages refer to the passenger's age on the day of first flight.
  • * On domestic flights, ages for infants and children differ, as do the conditions for using awards. Please refer Awards usage by infants/children of ANA Domestic Flight Awards.

When miles are not required

1 infant (a child under the age of 2)
can travel without using miles for a flight by sitting on an adult's lap. Even infants who travel sitting on an adult's lap require a separately purchased infant fare ticket in the same boarding class as the accompanying adult.

When miles are required

Use by children age 2 or older
Children may travel either by using the same number of miles as an adult and occupying a seat, or with the purchase of a ticket with either a Child fare or a discount.
For infants (children under the age of 2) to occupy a seat
Infants may either use the same number of miles as an adult or use a ticket purchased separately with either a Child fare or discount.
If you are traveling with 1-year-old child and 2-year-old child,
1-year-old child may sit on the lap of the adult (infant fare) and 2-year-old child must redeem Flight Award using the same amount of mileage as an adult or purchase child fare ticket.

Others

Child or Infant who uses an award ticket by paying mileage will need the same amount of TAX as adult for below TAXs These taxes will be collected at the time of ticketing.:

  • ・ SW PASSENGER SERVICE FACILITIES CHARGE in Japan
  • ・ OI PASSENGER SECURITY SERVICE CHARGE / FEE in Japan

Award User Registration

"Award User Registration" is required for those other than the member to use the Awards. Please register award users through the "members-only functions" area.

* You may be asked to provide documentation verifying your family relationship with the member.

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