Thursday, 25 Feb 2021
Continuing with its commitment to give guests more, SalamAir, Oman’s first budget airline has launched its first-ever frequent flyer loyalty programme, ‘More on Air’. Guests can now redeem ten boarding passes collected within one year for a one-way airline ticket to any of SalamAir’s 12 destinations.

SalamAir launches initial-ever frequent flyer programme ‘More on Air’

Captain Mohamed Ahmed, CEO of SalamAir, stated, “We listen to our guests and work to give them more of what they want. With the introduction of ‘More on Air’, we want to reward guests for their loyalty, while providing them with more opportunities to fly. The programme is designed to allow our frequent flyers to enjoy more benefits and convenience when planning their next trip. There are no points to count, but instead a simple and easy way to earn a free ticket. Simply fly, redeem and repeat.”

Guests who have flown a total of ten sectors inside a single annual year on SalamAir beginning from January can redeem their boarding passes for a a single-way ticket to anyplace the airline flies.

Passes can be redeemed via SalamAir’s ticket workplace at Muscat International Airport, Salalah International Airport, via SalamAir General Sales Agent Office each in and outdoors of Oman. The ‘More On Air’ travel voucher is valid for 12 months of its issued date and is non-transferable. Booking can only be created for the particular person named on the prior boarding passes and does not consist of fuel charges, government or airport taxes.

Guests who have flown but no longer have a copy of their boarding pass can offer proof of buy via e-tickets and reference numbers from prior flights to count towards their ‘More On Air’ voucher.

Mazin Ahmed al Salmani, industrial director at SalamAir, stated, “Our repeat guests can now enjoy better choices and flexibility especially when flying to popular destinations with multiple daily frequencies like Salalah, Dubai and Doha. This is a simple practical yet rewarding scheme that makes choosing Salam Air an obvious choice.”

Today, the SalamAir network consists of 12 destinations such as Muscat, Salalah, Sohar, Dubai, Doha, Jeddah, Karachi, Multan, Sialkot, Shiraz as nicely as newly introduced Tbilisi and Baku. All routes supply a option of 3 straightforward fare alternatives: Light, Friendly and Flexi. A expense-conscious menu of extra solutions is also obtainable to guests, which contains added luggage allowance, seat choice and priority verify-in.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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