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Gulf Air joins Mobily as newest Neqaty programme partner

Posted 31 July 2017 · Add Comment

Gulf Air has joined Saudi Arabian telecommunications services company Etihad Etisalat (Mobily) as its newest Neqaty programme partner.

Through this new partnership with Gulf Air, Mobily customers can now redeem their points for Gulf Air FalconFlyer miles when the combined points reach 5,000 points or more. Customers can access their Neqaty account and select from multiple points redemption options with Neqaty partners.

Gulf Air senior manager customer experience, Kavita S. Al Jassim said: “We are delighted to partner with Mobily, broadening their distinctive offering and privileges available to Gulf Air’s FalconFlyer Loyalty Programme members and giving their customers the chance to increase their FalconFlyer miles for greater travel benefits. We look forward to working closely with Mobily and building a mutually rewarding partnership.”

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