KLM’s renewed loyalty programme
KLM now makes it even easier to get the most out of your business trip. The bluebiz business loyalty programme has been renewed. This programme offers a wide range of advantages.
As a member of this programme you save blue credits, which can be used for airline tickets, flight-related services or upgrades. One blue credit equals one euro. With the renewed programme, you can now also receive blue credits for your group booking of ten people or more.
Authorise your Travel Consultant
One of the biggest changes of the new programme is that you can now authorise VCK Travel to act as your own Travel Agent. This enables us to redeem your blue credits at your next booking. You can authorise us here. Send an email to email@example.com for the right IATA number. If your company is active in the marine sector, you will now also be able to save blue credits based on these special rates.
If you have missed out on any credits, you can still add them to your flight up to six months after it was made. You can add credits for flights you have booked or made up to three months before you became a bluebiz member.
In addition to the benefit of the blue credits, you also enjoy priority rights for boarding, the waiting list and when rebooking a flight in the event of a flight disruption.
Contact your VCK Travel Account Manager if you have any questions about the updated KLM bluebiz programme. Would you like to make a booking with KLM and redeem your blue credits? Please contact our Travel Consultants. They will be happy to help you.
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