Tuesday June 2, 2020

Aer Lingus strikes two new frequent flyer deals

Aer Lingus has struck new deals with two of its former partners in the Oneworld alliance to allow its passengers to continue to earn frequent flyer rewards with other airlines.

31st March, 2007

Aer Lingus has struck new deals with two of its former partners in the Oneworld alliance to allow its passengers to continue to earn frequent flyer rewards with other airlines.

The airline has reached an agreement with Australian airline Qantas and Hong Kong-based carrier Cathay Pacific, to ensure that frequent flyer reward schemes will remain in place, despite Aer Lingus’s decision to leave the Oneworld alliance, which takes effect today.

Aer Lingus had...

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