Expanded partnership with All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines set to unlock greater travel and lifestyle benefits.
TOKYO, JAPAN – Marriott Bonvoy, Marriott International’s award-winning travel program announces that two-way points exchange functionality with All Nippon Airways‘ ANA Mileage Club and Japan Airlines’ JAL Mileage Bank are now in place, providing more ways for Marriott Bonvoy members to maximise their benefits.
Through the expanded partnerships with both airlines, All Nippon Airways’ and Japan Airlines’ frequent flyer members can now convert their respective airline loyalty miles to Marriott Bonvoy points and vice versa. Marriott Bonvoy Points can be redeemed for endless experiences across its 8,500 properties global footprint – from free nights and upgrades within the unrivalled 31-brand portfolio, once-in-a-lifetime experiences through Marriott Bonvoy Moments, to bringing the hotel experience home with signature branded products from Marriott Bonvoy Boutiques.
“The expansion of our relationship with two of Japan’s most celebrated airlines, All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines, anchors our commitment to continuously evolve our approach to customer loyalty, providing more value for our members,” said Bart Buiring, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer for Asia Pacific at Marriott International. “This enhanced relationship offers members the opportunity to maximise rewards from their travels, whether up in the air or when staying at one of our hotels around the World.”
ANA Mileage Club Members will be able to transfer their miles to Marriott Bonvoy points at a conversion ratio of 1:1 or 2:1. JAL Mileage Bank Members are able to enjoy a conversion ratio of 4:3 to Marriott Bonvoy Points. To be eligible for two-way points transfer, Marriott Bonvoy members must be members of ANA Mileage Club or JAL Mileage Bank and vice versa.
The announcement with All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines further strengthens Marriott Bonvoy’s global airline program, which feature more than 30 partner airlines. Marriott Bonvoy members have the opportunity to access a myriad of air and non-air redemption options made available by the airlines’ frequent flyer programs.
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