Join PartnerPlusBenefit and receive extra points

PartnerPlusBenefit is the savings program of the Lufthansa Group. The airlines where you can earn points are: Lufthansa, Air Canada, Air China, All Nippon Airways, Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Eurowings, LOT Polish Airlines, Swiss International Air Lines and United Airlines.

Every company that books business trips can participate in the savings program, regardless the size of the organization.

How does it work?
Your company earns Benefit Points when you or your colleague books a ticket at one of the 10 affiliated airlines. These BenefitPoints can be used, among other things, for the purchase of new flights, for upgrades or to buy other travel related products.

Exclusive offer for VCK Travel customers
Lufthansa Group now has an exclusive offer especially for VCK Travel customers. If your company becomes a member of the PartnerPlusBenefit savings program free of charge before 30 June 2018, your organization will receive a double number of BenefitPoints as a welcome gift. Register now via this link and use the special code: VCK2018. This offer is only valid for Dutch companies that book their airline tickets in the Netherlands. The departure date of the first booked ticket with PartnerPlusBenefit, must take place before 31 July 2018. More information about the Lufthansa Group savings program you can find here. For assistance with booking your ticket, please contact our Travel Consultants. They are happy to assist you.

Source: Lufthansa Group

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