Jet Airways new partner in KLM’s BlueBiz savings programme
KLM has added the Indian airline Jet Airways as a partner to its corporate loyalty programme, BlueBiz.
This means that BlueBiz participants can now also save Blue Credits for their company on all Jet Airways flights between the Netherlands and India. The number of Blue Credits a company receives depends on the destination and the booking class of the ticket. Each Blue Credit is worth €1. Jet Airways flies daily from Amsterdam to Mumbai, Bangalore and Delhi. These flights are operated in close collaboration with KLM. KLM is currently working on expanding the number of its BlueBiz partners. As part of this drive, at the end of last year, China Southern Airlines was added to the savings programme as a partner. Go to KLM’s website for more information about BlueBiz.
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