The Marco Polo Club is an exclusive loyalty programme that offers a range of privileges to our most frequent flyers, all designed to enhance your journey before, during and after your flight.
The Marco Polo Club has four tiers - Green, Silver, Gold and Diamond. Green tier is the entry level for The Marco Polo Club. As a member, every flight you take with Cathay Pacific, Dragonair, or any oneworld® alliance airlines in eligible fare classes, contributes towards your membership status.
The chart below indicates the Club miles and Club sectors required to renew or upgrade tiers within a membership year.
|Membership tier||Club miles||Club sectors||oneworld Membership tier|
|Green||N/A||4 (renewal only)||N/A|
A membership year lasts 12 months from the date you have enrolled, renewed, upgraded or downgraded into your current tier. Upon renewal, upgrade or downgrade, your Club miles and Club sectors will automatically be reset to zero and a new membership year begins.
Upgrades occur as soon as you accrue enough Club miles or Club sectors to enter next Club tier threshold within a membership year. As multiple Club tier upgrades are not allowed, you can only progress one Club tier at a time.
Members of The Marco Polo Club are required to travel at least one eligible sector on Cathay Pacific or Dragonair per membership year in order to attain or retain Silver, Gold or Diamond status.
Flying in eligible fare classes with Cathay Pacific, Dragonair or any of the oneworld alliance airlines earns you Club miles and Club sectors. The higher the fare class, the more Club miles and Club sectors you will be awarded.
Club miles and Club sectors are the fairest way to calculate your eligibility to top-tier status of The Marco Polo Club. They are automatically tracked for every qualifying flight. Either Club miles or Club sectors count towards your membership renewal or upgrade, but not a combination of the two.
|When you fly in eligible fare classes
with Cathay Pacific or Dragonair
|You can earn Club miles and Club sectors
(% of actual miles or sectors flown)
|First Class F, A||150% or 1.5|
|Business Class C, J, D, I||125% or 1.25|
|Premium Economy Class W, R, E
||110% or 1.1|
|Economy Class Y, B, H, K, M, L, V||100% or 1|
For example, if you fly long-haul on a regular basis, you are more likely to qualify through Club miles. If you undertake frequent short trips, then Club sectors are the best way for you to qualify for top-tier status.