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China Southern Airlines and Shangri-La Partner for FFP benefits

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com 16 July 2003

China Southern Airlines is partnering with Sky Pearl Club member Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts to offer numerous benefits for its frequent flyer members.

Shangri-La is joining with China Southern Airlines in offering passengers a number of outstanding benefits including the opportunity to earn a free stay at any of the group's hotels in mainland China.

"Over the past few years Shangri-La has enjoyed a very successful partnership with China Southern Airlines, one of the biggest carriers in China. At this difficult time it is our shared goal to reward our loyal customers and to show the support for the business community in China," said Mr. Kent Zhu, Shangri-La's Vice President Sales and Marketing, China.

"We are grateful for all of these special benefits available to our Sky Pearl Club members," said Mr. Li Kun, Vice President, China Southern Airlines.

Through August 31, 2003, guests holding a boarding pass from any China Southern Airlines' flight can enjoy a 40% discount on room rates and free daily breakfast at any Shangri-la or Traders hotels throughout China. In addition, guests staying at any participating Shangri-La or Traders hotel will also enjoy additional surprises, such as room upgrades, massage services and food and beverage credits. 

The highlight of this joint promotion is that those staying at the same Shangri-La or Traders hotel for three nights (room nights can be accumulated during separate visits) will be rewarded with one night complimentary stay at any of Shangri-La's 16 mainland China hotels. Members of The Sky Pearl Club can also earn 800 miles per stay. 

Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts have 40 hotels and resorts and over 20,000 rooms in 11 countries and regions. Its mainland China properties are located in Beijing, Beihai, Changchun, Dalian, Harbin, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Qingdao, Shanghai, Shenyang, Shenzhen, Wuhan and Xian.

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