Save with HighFlyer from Singapore Airlines
When you travel with Singapore Airlines or SilkAir, the subsidiary of Singapore Airlines, you can earn points with the HighFlyer business savings program.
HighFlyer is specially designed for small and medium-sized companies with a maximum of thirty travelling employees. Both the organization and the traveller are saving points for every performed flight.
How do you save points?
Saving HighFlyer business points is possible when the travelling employee is a member of KrisFlyer, the Frequent Flyer program of Singapore Airlines. When a SilkAir or Singapore Airlines ticket is booked, the points are automatically earned by both the employee and the organization, because the personal KrisFlyer account of the organization are linked. The traveller gets KrisFlyer points and the organization receives HighFlyer points. No minimum annual travel spend is needed: companies earn five HighFlyer points for every Singapore Dollar spent on a ticket. The company decides how and when the saved HighFlyer points will be spent. It is possible to use the points to purchase Singapore Airlines or SilkAir tickets. The earned business points can be managed and exchanged online and are valid for three years. Would you like to know more about this business HighFlyer programme? Visit the website of Singapore Airlines or contact one of our Travel Consultants, who will be glad to tell you more.
Source: Singapore Airlines
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