Mon, 10 October 2016

JAL Mileage Bank Partners Priority Pass

JAL Mileage Bank Members can now redeem 40,000 miles in exchange for a Priority Pass Prestige Membership and free unlimited access to airport lounges around the world.

The Priority Pass Prestige Membership normally retails for US$399 for an 1 year membership and offers free unlimited access to a global network of 950+ lounges in over 400 cities.

Upon redemption, members can download the Priority Pass smartphone app to access and use their Digital Membership Card or opt for a physical card which will be sent to their selected address.

Jun Kato, Executive Officer of Japan Airlines said that the new redemption offer through the exclusive collaboration will boost JAL's value proposition to its customers on a global scale.

"We believe that Priority Pass will greatly enhance the convenience and comfort of the airport experience and as a result, increase the loyalty of all our JAL Mileage Bank members," said Mr. Kato. "This collaboration will cater to all our members around the world and they will now be able to enjoy a comprehensive network of over 950 lounges worldwide, through the easy conversion of their JAL Mileage Bank Miles."

Tony T. Low, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Asia Pacific for Priority Pass, part of the Collinson Group, said, "We are very pleased to partner with JAL, and they are the first airline to offer airmile redemption for a Priority Pass membership ... We continue to see strong demand for access to our lounges, with a Priority Pass Member using a lounge every 3 seconds and enjoying a seamless digital experience using our Digital Membership Card."

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