Category: ANA Mileage Club

Star Alliance – All Nippon Airways

If you’ve ever tried to redeem for a reward flight on Star Alliance, you probably already have an ANA Mileage Club account. If not, you really ought to open one for the simple reason that ANA Mileage Club has the

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Star Alliance – Starwood Preferred Guest & American Express

Before getting into the individual Star Alliance programmes, I thought I would do a separate post about transfers from 2 very important sources of miles – Starwood Preferred Guest and American Express Membership Rewards. When it comes to transferring hotel

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Choosing a Star Alliance Frequent Flyer Programme

For most people based in the United Kingdom, as well as many others based elsewhere, the demise of BMI Diamond Club caused genuine sadness. Without a doubt, it was a fantastic programme from the point of view of Flying Piggies

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Double or Triple ANA Mileage Club miles with Hilton HHonors

When bonus mile offers come along for hotel stays, a dilemma often presents itself. Do I keep earning miles in my preferred airline programme for that hotel chain, or do I switch and take advantage of the bonus? Within reason

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Redeeming ANA miles on Air New Zealand – 30% Discount Offer

All Nippon Airways Mileage Club is certainly not a frequent flyer programme that most Europeans would consider, given the limited options for earning miles though credit cards, shopping, etc. I have some ANA miles because: Their award flight finder is

Emirates, Etihad & Qatar – Where to credit miles?

In the last 10-20 years, three airlines based in the Gulf – Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airways – have grown to become key players in the airline industry.  They have managed to do so mainly by taking advantage of their

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Chart for Earning Miles for Hotel Stays

With a wide variety of hotel chains out there, it can be quite time-consuming to figure out the best hotel loyalty programmes from the perspective of earning frequent flyer miles.  So, I’ve put together a chart of the major programmes,