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Oman Air and Europcar launch partnership to reward Sindbad Members

Posted 13 June 2016 · Add Comment

Sindbad the frequent flyer program of Oman Air and Europcar have announced their partnership.

Sindbad Members will now be awarded with 500 miles every time they rent with Europcar. They simply need to quote their Sindbad number when booking with Europcar and present their membership card when collecting their vehicle.

Sindbad members will benefit from Europcar’s mobility services and get access to one of the largest car rental networks, with a presence in over 140 countries and an awarded car rental company, in particular in the Middle-East by World Travel Awards since 2005.

Mohammed Mubarak Al Shikely, Oman Air’s vice president marketing, said: “We are delighted to announce this partnership with Europcar and are pleased to offer more options to our Sindbad members to enhance their travel experience.

He added: “Oman Air is committed to going the extra mile on behalf of our customers, giving them more opportunities to earn miles and our new partnership with Europcar shows how we are continually adding to the range of benefits we offer.”

Marcus Bernhardt, chief commercial officer, Europcar Group, said: “We are delighted for this new partnership in the Middle-East with Oman Air’s Sindbad Frequent Flyer Programme. It consolidates our presence in this part of the world, the dynamism of the tourism, especially to European countries, which is really a great opportunity for us to benefit from new customers and to provide them with an interesting reward.”

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