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Gulf air enhances falconflyer loyalty programme with Akruu partnership

Posted 8 November 2016 · Add Comment

Gulf Air has announced a partnership with Akruu, an innovative online loyalty portal that provides members the opportunity to earn Gulf Air Falconflyer miles through Akruu's unlimited offers.

During the signing ceremony held at Gulf Air’s head office in Muharraq, the national carrier’s chief commercial officer, Ahmed Janahi, said: “We are pleased to broaden Gulf Air’s Falconflyer partner base and allowing our valued loyalty members to earn miles with greater flexibility and ease by utilising Akruu. Our partnership with Akruu  reinforces our commitment to tailoring the best product and service offering to our passengers.”

Ben Ashwell, head of consumer products at Loylogic said: “We are excited to announce a partnership with Gulf Air and to be able to offer the benefits of Akruu to Falconflyer members in the Kingdom of Bahrain and beyond. The entire Akruu team have enjoyed working with the Falconflyer team so far, and we have no doubt we are embarking on a prosperous alliance that will focus on bringing a wealth of earning options to program members globally. We truly look forward to working closely with Gulf Air and to building a strong long-term partnership.”

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