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Skywards welcomes Rezidor SAS as new Hotel Partner

Travel News Asia 16 January 2006

Skywards, the frequent flyer programme of Emirates and SriLankan Airlines, has added a new hotel partner to its rapidly expanding portfolio - Rezidor SAS Hospitality.

The fast-growing, Brussels-based hospitality company has a portfolio of five brands across Europe, the Middle East and Africa Radisson SAS, Country Inn, Hotel Missoni, Park Inn and Regent. 

Skywards members can now earn 500 Skywards Miles every time they stay at Radisson SAS, Park Inn and Regent Hotels in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Skywards Vice President Brian LaBelle, said, Skywards offers its members numerous ways for earning Miles, whether through flying with Emirates and SriLankan or staying at the properties of our hotel partners.

We are delighted to welcome Rezidor SAS as Skywards newest partner, giving members the opportunity to increase their Miles which they can exchange for great benefits, including free flights, upgrades and luxury goods.

Rezidor SAS Hospitality joins Skywards other hotel partners: Al Maha Desert Resort & Spa, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, Hilton, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts, InterContinental Hotels Group, Jumeirah, Le Meridien, One&Only, Marriott, Raffles International Hotels & Resorts, Rotana Hotels-Suites-Resorts, Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts, Sheraton Hotels & Resorts and Taj Group of Hotels.

Jean-Marc Busato, Vice President, Middle East, Rezidor SAS Hospitality, added, Rezidor SAS is set for major growth and we look forward to a strong working relationship with Emirates, as both companies continue to develop and expand into new destinations.

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