Etihad believes the journey of the business traveller should be more than just travel. That is why they offer a personal experience with tailored options for every step of the way. Etihad’s BusinessConnect is a loyalty programme designed to enable small and medium-sized businesses to maximise savings from their business travel to the Middle East, Asia and Australia.
Redeem miles for free flights and more
Etihad BusinessConnect allows companies or organisations to accrue miles on their flights via the Etihad Guest frequent flyer programme. The miles can then be used against flights, upgrades, online retail options with hundreds of brands or gift cards, or charitable donations (including environmental offset initiatives). They can even be converted to cash.
At the same time, employees can still earn personal miles. They simply need to include their Etihad Guest membership number when making the booking, in addition to the BusinessConnect account number. The programme was originally designed to reward small or medium-sized businesses, but is now open to any company or organisation that has international travel requirements.
The benefits of BusinessConnect
- Save on business travel by redeeming miles for flights.
- Arrive refreshed at your next business meeting when you exchange miles for seat upgrades.
- Turn miles into cash or use them to buy products from the Reward Shop, including brands like Apple and Sony.
- Support your business’s CSR programme when you donate miles to your charity of choice.
You can now get off to a flying start collecting miles with some great BusinessConnect offers. Newly registered businesses can earn 5,000 bonus miles with their first two flights taken within three months of opening their new account.
Do you have any questions about Etihad’s BuinessConnect? Please contact your Account Manager, who will be happy to help you.
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