JAL Mileage Bank Expands ‘JAL Life Status Program’ Services and Introduces Star Grades

Japan Airlines (JAL) is expanding its point-accumulation services under the ‘JAL Life Status Program’ for JAL Mileage Bank members and is introducing a Star grade system.

The Star grade system will commence on April 1. Benefits are provided for each Star grade, with members of Five Star and above enjoying benefits such as an indefinite validity period for miles, the ability to pass on miles to family members, invitations for family members to become JAL Global Club (JGC) primary members, and more. Only Six Star members will have access to the highest level JAL Lounges.

Additionally, from mid-April to May, benefits according to Star grades such as status with Tokyu Hotels and Okura Nikko Hotels, discounts for GO and Uber, and unlimited free data usage with Pobo will be provided.

Life Status Points were previously earned through five services, such as flights on JAL Group airlines, payments with JAL Cards & JAL Pay, but now the range of services is expanding. These include JAL Wellness & Travel, JAL Electricity, JAL inflight sales, JALPACK tours, JAL ABC services, JAL Hometown Tax Donation, JAL Cards issued outside of Japan, JAL Pay Currency Exchange, JAL Home Loans, and shareholders.

Furthermore, Suzu Hirose has been appointed as the face of the new ‘JAL Mile Life’ TV commercials, titled ‘JAL Mile Life New Status Program’, which will begin airing on March 29.

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