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Benefits and Privileges
Recognising and rewarding your loyalty
You can earn status miles across all Star Alliance member airlines’ Frequent Flyer Programmes with only one frequent flyer card and attain Star Alliance Silver status or progress to Gold status. The higher tier status levels of each of our member airlines’ Frequent Flyer Programmes are mapped against the two uniformly recognised Star Alliance status levels “Star Alliance Silver” and “Star Alliance Gold”. These two status levels entitle you to enjoy special Star Alliance premium customer benefits and privileges.
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Your loyalty as a frequent flyer to the Star Alliance network has earned you Gold Status. We repay you by recognising you across the entire network with a special welcome and a set of privileges that will make your journey smoother and more comfortable.
Silver Status recognises that you have shown a good degree of loyalty to Star Alliance member airlines and earns you two privileges that can make your journey smoother. If you carry on flying with Star Alliance member airlines you may go on to qualify for our top status level, Star Alliance Gold.
Star Gold Silver Benefits
Priority Airport Check-in
Avoid the queues at check-in by going to the Priority counters, where available. Just look for the Star Alliance Gold sign.
Priority Baggage Handling
Your bags are among the first on the belt, so you can move on quickly.
Airport Lounge Access
Escape the crowds in over 1,000 lounges world-wide when you fly on a member airline flight.
Board at your convenience with First Class and Business Class passengers where this is offered at the gate.
Extra Baggage Allowance
You can take an extra 20 kg (44 pounds) where the weight concept applies or an extra piece where the piece concept applies.
Some airlines do not offer this benefit on individual flights but only on connecting Star Alliance flights. Within Europe on "Light" fares offered by Lufthansa, Austrian & SWISS, "Check&Go" fares offered by Brussels Airlines and “Go light” fares offered by SAS as well as on “Seat” fares offered by Air New Zealand, the extra baggage allowance is not offered.
Move more smoothly through airport security and Immigration by utilising exclusive Gold Track priority lanes.
Have a look at our Gold Track locations .
Priority Reservations Waitlist
If at the time of reservation, seats in your desired class of service are not available, your status gives you higher priority on the waitlist when a reservation is possible, except when you are travelling on an award ticket.
Please note that Priority Reservations Waitlist is subject to individual member carrier’s policy and legal regulations.
Priority Airport Stand-by
If your travel plans change and flights are full, your status gives you higher priority on the standby list for your preferred flight, except when you are travelling on an award ticket.
Please note that Priority Airport Standby is subject to individual member carrier’s fare conditions and legal regulations.