Gulf Air free ticket offer for Falconflyer
Manama, November 24, 2011
Bahrain’s national carrier Gulf Air is offering an added bonus to its Falconflyer members – the airline’s newly re-launched loyalty programme.
When Gulf Air FalconFlyer members complete one return journey to any destination in Europe or Far East on Gulf Air network or two return journeys to any of the GCC or Middle East destinations, they will earn a free economy ticket to any GCC or Middle East destinations.
Members will get 6000 bonus miles added to their account after the promotion period which they can use anytime to avail the free ticket.
This offer comes in addition to the regular miles members earn, whenever they fly with Gulf Air. This offer is open for a limited period, from now until December 15.
“Gulf Air believes in recognising and rewarding its loyal customers at every opportune moment,” says Gulf Air chief commercial officer Karim Makhlouf.
“Whether it is business, holiday or a family get together - no matter what your reason to travel is, your Falconflyer membership will fly you more for free. This is our way of saying ‘thank you’ to our valued customers of our ‘Falconflyer’ programme that offers a whole range of new incentives and privileges,” he said.
Gulf Air’s new loyalty program ‘Falconflyer’ is packed with privileges for all three categories of the program’s card holders. From additional baggage allowances to using Falcon Gold lounges all around our network to getting double and triple bonus miles, the programmes brings even more advantages and benefits that is on a par with any other loyalty programme in the world. – TradeArabia News Service
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