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Thu, 29 September 2016

Club Carlson Partners Mabuhay Miles, Philippine Airlines FFP

Club Carlson has partnered with Mabuhay Miles, Philippine Airlines frequent flyer program.

From 1 October 2016, Mabuhay Miles and Club Carlson members can earn Mabuhay Miles for stays at over 1,400 hotels within the Carlson Rezidor Hotel Groups portfolio globally.

As a leading hospitality company, we are excited to enter into this partnership with a key airline partner, Philippine Airlines. We are committed to work in tandem with our members to earn miles while creating memorable travel experiences, said Sandy Russell, Vice President, Commercial Operations, Asia Pacific, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group. The new global partnership also complements Club Carlsons collection of exceptional benefits, services and privileges members can already enjoy.

From 1 October 2016, Mabuhay Miles members that stay at Carlson Rezidor hotels worldwide under the Quorvus Collection, Radisson Blu, Radisson, Radisson RED and Park Plaza brands can earn 500 Mabuhay Miles for each eligible stay and 250 Mabuhay Miles for eligible stays under the Park Inn by Radisson and Country Inns & Suites By Carlson brands.

Club Carlson members can convert Gold Points into Miles at the standard 10 Gold Points to 1 Mabuhay Mile.

Marietta T. Casanova, Assistant Vice President for Loyalty Program, Philippine Airlines, said, Mabuhay Miles is continuously driven to give members a global travel network. With Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, our members enjoy a world of travel conveniences and special promotions while earning miles. 

See also: Philippine Airlines HD Video Interview with Jaime J. Bautista, President & COO.

See other recent news regarding: Carlson, FFP, Miles, PAL, Philippines, Philippine Airlines

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