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Gulf Air's GCC-wide Falcon Corporate roadshow begins

Posted 19 April 2017 · Add Comment

Gulf Air has begun a GCC-wide informative roadshow in which airline representatives in the 6 GCC states will visit corporate entities to share information about the Gulf Air Falcon Corporate Plus and Falcon Corporate Loyalty programmes tailored offerings that will benefit both employers and employees in companies, making business trips more profitable for all parties.

Designed exclusively for the corporate traveller, the tailored corporate incentive programme is aimed at corporates and small and medium enterprises (with fewer than 250 employees). Falcon Corporate Plus offers competitive flight fares, discounted rates and exclusive benefits for corporates – giving them a dedicated account manager and support team alongside customisable privileges and employee incentives. Falcon Corporate Loyalty is a frequent flyer programme created to reward both companies and employees every time they travel with Gulf Air, giving members enhanced savings and rewards.

Gulf Air Director sales and marketing Yahya Ali Buali said: “We are delighted to launch our GCC-wide informative roadshow, raising awareness of Gulf Air’s Falcon Corporate Plus and Falcon Corporate Loyalty programmes and the many benefits they offer to corporates in the region. We look forward to engaging with organisations across the GCC to share information about how our corporate offering facilitates travel for both employers and employees across the Gulf Air network, providing a host of tailored advantages.”



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