29 Jun Qatar Airways announces partnership with Kaligo.com which will offer increased benefits for Privilege Club members
Doha, Qatar, June 29, 2015 – Members of Qatar Airways’ Frequent Flyer Programme, Privilege Club, can now earn up to 10,000 Qmiles with a few simple clicks of their mouse. The five-star airline has partnered with leading global hotel booking platform, Kaligo.com to give Privilege Club members the opportunity to earn up to 10,000 Qmiles a night when booking their hotel stay online.
The Qmiles won’t stop there – Privilege Card Members can also earn 3,000 bonus Qmiles for simply making their first hotel booking through kaligo.com between now and August 31, 2015. And an additional 7,000 Qmiles can be earned for hotel bookings for which the cumulative spend is US $700 or more, meaning Privilege Club Members can earn up to 20,000 Qmiles for their first booking through Kaligo.com.
Please visit kaligo.com/qatar for more details.
Qatar Airways Senior Manager FFP Loyalty, Rahul Kucheria said: “Qatar Airways is very excited to have partnered with Kaligo, one of the leading global hotel booking platforms as we are continually striving to bring our passengers as much value as possible in every step of their journey. By partnering with Kaligo, our Privilege Club members will have the opportunity to earn Qmiles which can be used towards a number of benefits which will enhance their overall travel experience. We look forward to working closely with Kaligo to ensure the successful launch of this programme, and hope that our passengers are pleased to have another means to earn Qmiles with us.”
Kaligo.com has rapidly become a top choice for frequent flyers’ for hotel bookings. Kyle Armstrong, CEO of Kaligo, said: “We’re excited to partner with Qatar Airways to offer Privilege Club members a world-class end-to-end travel experience. Kaligo believes in providing travellers, without compromise, the best possible rewards in concert with the widest selection of hotels globally. In turn, we’ve been rewarded with a fast-growing and loyal following of even the most discerning frequent flyers.”