Mileage Accrual Terms and Conditions

The basic sector mileage is multiplied by the accrual rate for the relevant booking class to calculate the amount of mileage that will be earned from an international flight.

  • *When using a codeshare flight that is operated by an ANA partner airline, mileage accrual rates may differ and there may also be cases when mileage will not be accrued.

Miles Earned from International Flight = Basic Sector Mileage X Accrual Rate for the Booking Class

Mileage Accrual Rates for International Flights

ANA (ANA and Air Japan)

First Class

Booking Class Accrual Rate for Basic Sector Mileage
F 150%
A 150%

Business Class

Booking Class Accrual Rate for Basic Sector Mileage
J 150%
C、D、Z 125%
P 70%

Economy Class

Until OCT 4th ,2016 (boarding)

Booking Class Accrual Rate for Basic Sector Mileage
Y 100%
E 100%
B、M 100%
U、H、Q 70%
V、W、S、T 50%
L、K、G 30%

From OCT 5th ,2016(boarding)

Booking Class Accrual Rate for Basic Sector Mileage
G、E 100%

From OCT 5th ,2016(boarding)

Booking Class Accrual Rate for Basic Sector Mileage
Y、B、M 100%
U、H、Q 70%
V、W、S、T 50%
L、K 30%
  • *The booking class accrual rates listed above will apply when calculating mileage for package tour fares and international inclusive tour fares.
  • *The booking classes listed above are for flights departing from Japan and are current as of September 2016. This information is subject to change without notice.
Note
  • The following booking classes are not eligible for mileage accrual: O, I, R, X, N.
  • *Customers using upgrade awards are excluded.

Mileage Accrual Eligibility

  • Only flights which are used by the AMC member themselves are eligible for mileage accrual.
  • Mileage accrual rates for child fares are based on the booking class of the ticket (same policy as adult fares).
  • For upgrades which do not involve payment of any fare differences (including ANA Upgrade Awards), mileage accrual is calculated according to the booking class of the originally purchased ticket. (This does not apply to some airlines.)
  • Even for upgrades which involve payment of fare differences, mileage accrual may still be calculated according to the class of the originally purchased ticket.
  • For downgrades, mileage accrual is calculated according to the travel class that is actually used.
  • Only ANA-operated charter flights are eligible for mileage accrual. For such flights, the basic sector mileage accrual rate is 50%. (The accrual rate for Booking class P is 70%)
  • Bonus miles are only accrued if the miles for the eligible flight have been registered to AMC.
  • Even if a customer reserves and uses multiple seats (to accommodate carry-on baggage such as musical instruments or art works), mileage will only be accrued for 1 seat.

Not Eligible for Mileage Accrual

  • Complimentary tickets
  • Award tickets
  • Special discount tickets
Notes
  • *Mileage will not be accrued if the flight is not actually used. (This includes cases involving delays and cancelations.)
  • *Duplicate mileage registration with partner airline frequent flyer programs is prohibited.
  • *Mileage which had been registered to a frequent flyer program (including mileage registered with another airline's temporary frequent flyer card) cannot be transferred to AMC.
    Likewise, mileage which had been registered to AMC cannot be transferred to another airline's frequent flyer program.
  • *If upgrades or changes were made to reserved flights at the airport on the day of departure, mileage accrual may not be automatically processed. Please retain all documents which are required for retroactive mileage registration (boarding pass, passenger ticket receipt, and e-Ticket Itinerary Receipt) until after you have confirmed that mileage from your flight has been credited to your mileage account.
  • *Basic sector mileage is based on the Ticketed Point Mileage (TPM) that is published by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) every autumn. This published TPM is applicable to the subsequent 1-year period starting from January 1.

Mileage Accrual Terms and Conditions for International Codeshare Flights

If a codeshare flight is operated with the aircraft and crew of another airline which has a mileage agreement with ANA, and a customer reserves and uses said codeshare flight under the ANA flight number, said codeshare flight will be counted as a flight that is operated by the ANA partner airline for mileage accrual purposes (some exceptions apply). However, if the codeshare flight is operated under a codeshare agreement between the ANA partner airline and another airline, said flight may not be eligible for mileage accrual.

Flight Number Indication

Flights are indicated with the flight number of the operating airline in the Members-only Features and mileage statements.

Bonus Miles

Bonus miles are only indicated as accrued in the Members-only Features and mileage statements if the flight is an ANA Group (NH) flight that is eligible for mileage accrual.