Etihad Airways and Bangkok Airways launch Thailand Promotion

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 7 October 2010

Etihad Airways and its codeshare partner, Bangkok Airways, have launched a Europe for Fun, Thailand for Free! campaign.

Etihad guests travelling return from Bangkok to Europe via Abu Dhabi can now earn a "free" return ticket on Bangkok Airways to any of the its destinations in Thailand.

Etihad guests traveling to Europe in Coral Economy class will earn enough miles to redeem a return ticket on Bangkok Airways to one of its popular Thai destinations in its domestic network such as Chiang Mai, Koh Samui, Krabi and Phuket.

New members enrolling in the FFP and travelling in Pearl Business class will earn enough miles to redeem two free domestic tickets.

Tickets to Europe start from THB29,000 in Coral Economy Class and THB87,000 in Pearl Business Class. European destinations include Brussels, Dublin, Frankfurt, Geneva, London, Manchester, Milan, Munich and Paris.

Once guests have completed travel and earned Etihad Guest Miles, miles can be redeemed for the Bangkok Airways tickets by contacting the Etihad Guest Service Centre.

Applicable taxes, surcharges and/or fees listed on the "free" ticket will have to be paid at the time of ticket issuance. Mileage accrual and redemption levels are determined by route and class of travel. Terms and conditions apply.

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