Startup travel service DUFL said it has partnered with All Nippon Airways (ANA), Japan´s largest airline, to enable millions of ANA Mileage Club members to earn miles when they use DUFL.
ANA Mileage Club members can earn a mile for every USD2 spent with DUFL and then use their miles for domestic or international flights, rental cars or for shopping at a wide range of stores, restaurants, hotels and much more worldwide.
DUFL is a premium travel service that functions as a personal valet; packing, cleaning and storing business attire and then shipping it to the user´s specified destination. When customers are gearing up for a business trip, they can use the DUFL app to select which clothes they want to bring from their virtual DUFL closet, enter a destination and arrival date and their professionally packed DUFL suitcase will be waiting at the hotel when the customer arrives.
When it´s time to go home, customers simply schedule a pickup via the app and leave the bag at the hotel´s front desk, traveling home bag-free. DUFL picks the bag up and delivers it to their secure warehouse, where the customer´s clothes will be inventoried, photographed, cleaned and stored in the customer´s virtual closet until they are ready for their next trip.
All Nippon Airways (ANA) is the largest airline in Japan by revenues and passenger numbers. Founded in 1952, ANA flies today on 73 international routes and 120 domestic routes. The ANA group has 35,000 employees and a fleet of 242 aircraft.