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Gulf Air's Falconflyer loyalty programme and Europcar partner to reward their members

Posted 6 May 2016 · Add Comment

Gulf Air has announced a partnership between the airline's Falconflyer Loyalty Programme and Europcar, the European leader in vehicle rental services and a major mobility player.

The partnership will see Gulf Air FalconFlyer members benefit from Europcar’s mobility services, obtaining access to one of the largest car rental networks,spanning over 140 countries, and accruing FalconFlyer Loyalty Programme miles on every Europcar rental. 

The partnership agreement was signed by  Ahmed Janahi, Gulf Air A/chief commercial officer and Marcus Bernhardt, chief commercial officer, Europcar Group, at the national carrier’s head office in Muharraq. 

Janahi said: “We are delighted to partner with Europcar and broaden the distinctive offering and privileges available to Gulf Air’s FalconFlyer Loyalty Programme members. We look forward to working closely with Europcar and building a mutually rewarding partnership.” 

Bernhardt, said: “We are delighted to provide Gulf Air FalconFlyer Loyalty Programme members with our expertise and quality of services. Thanks to the impressive coverage of our network, Gulf Air FalconFlyer Loyalty Programme members can now have a Europcar vehicle awaiting them upon arrival at their destination – at greater benefit to them.”

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