Emirates Skywards, the airline’s award-winning frequent flyer programme, has unveiled new designs for its membership cards in 2016.
Each of the four cards features winning designs from aspiring artists around the world, and depict
Emirates Skywards, the Dubai—based airline’s frequent flyer programme, will give 15 lucky members the chance to win one million Skywards Miles each in celebration of its 15th anniversary this year.
Emirates Skywards Members
Emirates airline’s membership programme Emirates Skywards and Russian-based S7 Airlines have launched a frequent flyer partnership that allows members of both airlines’ loyalty programmes to earn and redeem miles for travel across th
American Express (Amex) and Emirates, a leading Dubai-based airline, have entered into a partnership which enables Amex card members to transfer their Membership Rewards points to Emirates Skywards programme.
The points may be red
Dubai-based airline Emirates has invited emerging artists to submit artwork for its frequent flyer programme Skywards’ 2014 membership cards.
The Emirates Skywards’ Future Artists Competition is open to artwork across
Emirates Airline has launched a contest to find the 'world’s most exciting budding artists' to do the artwork of its Skywards frequent flyer programme.
The winning work of 'Skywards Future Artists Competition 2011'
Skywards, Emirates Airline’s frequent flyer program, has been voted the Middle East's Leading Airline Rewards Program at the recent World Travel Awards.
This prestigious accolade comes just after Skywards won four awards at the 2011 Fr
The Address Hotels + Resorts has partnered with Skywards, the frequent flyer programme of Emirates Airline, to reward guests staying at their hotels with Skywards Miles.
“The partnership with Emirates Skywards for this customer engagement
A total of seven combos from the Germany’s northern metropolis Hamburg are taking part in an ongoing jazz festival Dubai.
The Skywards Dubai International Jazz Festival, which opened on February 10, will run up to February 19 at the Networ
SriLankan Airlines successfully conducted a seminar for 50 front line staff of leading travel agencies in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
The guest speaker at the product presentation was head of training and development for McDonald, Saudi Arabia,