Kingfisher Airlines Launches FFP Agreement with British Airways

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Indias Kingfisher Airlines has commenced a comprehensive frequent flyer agreement with British Airways.

As a result of this agreement which covers the entire route network of both airlines, frequent flyers of Kingfisher Airlines will be able to earn points when they fly on British Airways flights anywhere in the world and similarly, frequent flyers of British Airways will be able to earn points when they fly on any Kingfisher Airlines flight.

Frequent flyers of Kingfisher Airlines will now also be able to redeem their accumulated King Miles to undertake travel on a British Airways flight anywhere in the world.

 Mr. Manoj Chacko, Executive Vice President-Commercial, Kingfisher Airlines Limited said, I am delighted that we have entered into this system-wide Frequent Flyer Programme agreement with British Airways. This is yet another step towards strengthening the strong bilateral ties between the two airlines. Besides benefitting individual King Club members, this arrangement will especially benefit companies whose executives travel frequently. Frequent flyers from the corporate sector will now be able to accumulate frequent flyer points in one single currency, namely King Miles and have the flexibility of being able to redeem their accumulated King Miles for any flight of British Airways anywhere in the world. British Airways frequent flyers will be able to enjoy similar reciprocal benefits on the Kingfisher Airlines route network.

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