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Etihad Airways relaunches Etihad Guest

Posted 15 November 2019 · Add Comment

Etihad Airways has relaunched its loyalty programme, Etihad Guest. The redesigned and upgraded reward scheme now offers its members significantly enhanced benefits.

 

Members will soon be able to pay with Etihad Guest Miles for more travel ancillaries, using either their miles or a combination of miles and cash, and ancillaries like economy space, extra baggage and insurance. Upgrades and related services, such as excess baggage and taxes, will also be available with miles.

Robin Kamark, chief commercial officer, Etihad Aviation Group said: “We are very proud of the Etihad Guest programme and through its well-timed relaunch are striving to deliver new and more innovative ways of rewarding the loyalty of our millions of guests worldwide, by removing restrictions wherever possible, and by providing a wider range of superior benefits and products, delivered to them with the style and professionalism they have come to expect from Etihad Guest.

“We will continue to engage with our members, whether existing or new, on an even greater personal level moving forward, so Etihad Guest can evolve based on the needs of our customers, and also to cater to developing global travel trends.”

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