Skywards has expanded its global network by welcoming Singapore Airlines (SIA) on board as…
In celebration, members of the frequent flyer programme of Emirates and SriLankan Airlines, can earn double Skywards Miles and a chance to win a superb, luxury holiday in Singapore!
>From now until 31st July 2002, Skywards member flying with SIA will receive a double Miles bonus when travelling in First and Raffles Class, and 50 per cent bonus Miles when travelling in Economy.
In addition, when Skywards members complete one return trip on Singapore Airlines and one on Emirates during the same period, they will be entered into a raffle draw to win two Raffles (Business) Class tickets on SIA, plus a three nights` stay at the Raffles Hotel in Singapore.
Brian LaBelle, Skywards` General Manager, said the new partnership with SIA offered some of the most exciting travel opportunities to members. We are always looking for more ways to make Skywards` membership more valuable to our members and are therefore delighted to have SIA as our newest airline partner, he said.
SIA will give our members even more ways to earn and redeem Miles, and give Skywards a truly global reach. The partnership will also boost passenger traffic on Emirates by giving SIA KrisFlyer members another good reason to choose to fly with us.
Members of KrisFlyer, SIA`s own frequent flyer programme, will receive the same flight benefits and get a chance to win a stay at Dubai`s spectacular Burj Al Arab Hotel when they fly on both Emirates and SIA during the promotion.
SIA joins Skywards` growing list of quality partners, which include All Nippon Airways, British Airways, Continental Airlines, South African Airways and United Airlines.
The new partnership brings on board new destinations, from Canada to Australasia, giving members new opportunities such as flying on SIA to New Zealand from Singapore for just 60,000 Miles.
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