KLM and Air France are renewing Flying Blue

On 1 April 2018, KLM and Air France will introduce a renewed Flying Blue programme, allowing participants to save points (Miles) for every euro they spend and giving them extra opportunities to spend the points they have accrued. From April 2018, Flying Blue participants will save on the basis of actual ticket prices of KLM and Air France flights.

The number of Miles they save depends on their membership status. For instance, per euro spent, Ivory members receive four Miles, Silver members receive six, Gold members seven, and Platinum members eight. Passengers can also save Miles by using paid options on top of their ticket price, such as an upgrade to Economy Comfort, Seat Plus, extra baggage or on-board meals.

KLM says the renewed Flying Blue programme is more user-friendly and enables participants to book any seats available on board KLM, Air France and Transavia flights using Miles. With the introduction of Cash & Miles, participants can also pay up to 25% of a ticket in cash instead of using Miles. In the renewed programme, a number of terms currently used will be adjusted. For instance, as of April 2018, the Award Miles will be called Miles, Level Miles will be called Experience Points (XPs) and Award tickets will be called Reward tickets.

Would you like to know more about the renewed Flying Blue programme? Visit the website. For assistance in booking your ticket, please contact our Travel Consultants. They will be happy to help you.

Source: KLM, Air France

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