Asia Miles, one of Asia’s leading travel and
lifestyle rewards programmes, is changing the way that members
earn and redeem miles when flying.
From June, members will earn more miles when
they fly Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon, and there will be more
redemption seats available on those airlines.
“We’ve been listening to our members who want to
be able to redeem more flight awards, so we’re making it easier
for them to earn more miles and redeem seats on Cathay Pacific and
Cathay Dragon,” said Stephen SY Wong, Chief Executive Officer of
Asia Miles. “Whilst we are a diverse travel and lifestyle rewards
programme, air travel is still a very popular way to earn and
redeem Asia Miles. We want to make it more rewarding so that our
members continue to see value in being part of the programme.”
The following programme enhancements will come into effect from 22
When members fly
Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon, they will earn more Asia Miles
on 80% of the airlines’ tickets, including those to popular
destinations such as Shanghai, Osaka and London. Members will earn
miles based on a combination of the cabin class, fare class and
When members fly other airline partners, the
miles earning mechanism will remain unchanged – based on a
percentage of actual miles flown, determined by the cabin and fare
Asia Miles is also increasing the number of available redemption
seats on Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon by 20% or more.
will be able to redeem all Economy Class tickets with fewer or the
same miles. Some flight awards on premium cabin classes,
especially on longer routes, will require more miles to redeem.
All flight awards will be set as one-way so that members can fly
to and from a destination in different cabin classes.
There will be three enhanced flight award types to choose from
– Standard, Choice, and Tailored. Whether members are looking to
get the most value for their miles or select the exact travel
dates they want, the three award types will make it easier for
members to redeem their preferred tickets.
A new online flight award
booking system will provide members with a more seamless experience
across desktop and mobile. At a glance, members will be able to
check availability of all flights for chosen dates, cabin class,
and award type, making it quicker and easier to redeem.
making a significant commitment to give our members more of the
travel and lifestyle experiences they value,” said Stephen SY
The changes will
come into effect on 22 June 2018.
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