Asiana Miles are primarily earned flying Asiana Airlines, but you can also earn miles flying airline partners, renting with car rental partners, and booking with hotel partners. If you're trying to maximize your miles, you'll want to take advantage of all of these partners when booking your travel.
Asiana Airline Partners
One of the easiest and simpliest ways to earn Asiana Miles is by flying Asiana and airline partners. Asiana is part of the Star Alliance which means you can earn and redeem miles with other airlines that are part of the alliance. Star Alliance consits of the following airlines:
- Air Canada
- Air China
- Air India
- Air New Zealand
- ANA (All Nippon Airways)
- Asiana Airlines
- Brussels Airlines
- Croatia Airlines
- Eva Air
- LOT Polish Airlines
- Scandinavian Airlines
- Shenzhen Airlines
- Singapore Airlines
- South African Airways
- TAP Portugal
- Thai Airways
- Turkish Airlines
- United Airlines
Along with Star Alliance partners, there's also several other airlines you can fly to earn Asiana Miles. Those airline partners are:
In order to earn Asiana Miles when flying partner airlines, you'll want to have your Asiana Club Membership number handy when making your reservation. Make sure you're not logged into the partner airline's reward program as your miles will be credited to them instead of Asiana. You'll want to make your booking as if you're a guest and then enter your Asiana Membership number when the options comes up to do so.
The amount of Asiana Miles you earn booking travel with Star Alliance and other partner airlines will vary by airline. Asiana lists the mileage earning criteria table for Star Alliance, partner airlines, and codeshare flights on their website. You can check that out if you want to know what percentage of miles you'll receive when flying partners.
Asiana Airlines partners with more than 10 hotel rewards programs that you can earn additional Asiana Miles. Most of these partners require you to either change your earning preference within the hotel rewards program itself or transfer rewards to Asiana Club account after earning them with the hotel.
|Hotel Partner||Earn/Book Via|
|Marriott Bonvoy||Marriott Point Transfer or Change Marriott Earning Preferences|
|Hilton Honors||Hilton Point Transfer|
|The Shilla Seoul||Show your Asiana Club Membership Card at check-in|
|InterContinental - IHG Rewards Club||IHG Point Transfer or Change IHG Earning Preferences|
|World of Hyatt||Hyatt Point Transfer or Change Hyatt Earning Preferences|
|Kumho Resorts||Reserve via the Asiana Airlines homepage.|
|Lotte Hotels||Show your Asiana Club Membership Card at check-in|
|Best Western Rewards||Best Western Point Transfer or Change Best Western Earning Preferences|
|Okura Nikko Hotels||Show your Asiana Club Membership Card at check-in|
|Radisson Rewards||Radisson Point Transfer|
|Regal||Change Regal Hotels Account Earning Prefernces|
|Langham Hospitality Group||Change Langham Account Earning Preferences|
|Walkerhill Hotel||Walkerhill Rewards Point Transfer or Change WalkerHill Rewards Earning Preferences|
Car Rental Partners
Asiana Airlines only has a small handful worth of car rental partners. These partners can earn you as many as 500 Asiana Miles per rental which is a nice amount of miles for a car rental.
|Car Partner||Earn/Book Via|
|Hertz||Book via hertz.com and use the following Asiana Hertz CDP numbers based on your Asiana Club status:
|Alamo||Book via alamo.com. Applies to USA and Canada Alamo Rentals only.|
|National||Book via nationalcar.com. Applies to USA and Canada National Rentals only.|
|SK Car Rental||Book via SK Car Rental.|
Asiana Mile can also be earned by booking tour packages. You can book packages with:
- Lotte Tour
- Very Good Tour
The amount of Asiana Miles you earn is based on the cost of the tour. You can earn as many as 5,000 Asiana Miles booking through these companies.
Asiana Miles can be earned transferring rewards from a small handful of programs direct to your Asiana Club account. Transfer partners consist of all hotel rewards programs, so you will not earn a ton of miles going this route, but it allows you to top off your account if you're a few miles short of a redemption. Your best bet for earning Asiana Club Miles on everyday spend will be by using the Bank of America Asiana Credit Card or Bank of America Asiana Business Credit Card.
You can use the Transfer To Asiana Club Calculator below to see how many rewards you would need to transfer from partner programs to equal the amount of points specified in the field.