Oman Air miles for Amex card members
Muscat, October 17, 2011
Oman Air and American Express Middle East are partnering to offer American Express card members greater value by enabling them to redeem their points for Oman Air’s Sindbad Miles.
Oman air becomes American Express Middle East’s tenth airline redemption partner, with this partnership, further cementing the position of Membership Rewards as the region’s leading loyalty programme, a statement from the company said.
Membership Rewards is a global award winning rewards programme from American Express where one point is earned for virtually every dollar or equivalent spent on the card.
The reward points do not expire and can be redeemed across a wide selection of rewards categories including flights, hotels, dining and entertainment, a variety of merchandise, and charity donations, the airline company said.
Mazin Khoury, chief operating officer, American Express Middle East, said: “We are very pleased to welcome Oman Air as a Membership Rewards redemption partner in the Middle East which is part of our ongoing commitment to offer Mena’s strongest and most valued airline rewards programme. Our card members are passionate about travel and appreciate the choice and flexibility to earn rewards that enhance their lifestyles.”
Abdulrazaq Alraisi, chief commercial officer, Oman Air, said: “With a choice of more than forty destinations to choose from across Oman Air’s growing network, and a host of world class partners, it could not be easier for American Express card members to exchange their Membership Rewards points for Sindbad Miles.”
“Sindbad Miles can be redeemed for Flight Rewards, enabling customers to experience Oman Air’s renowned on-board hospitality or to upgrade to our award winning business and first class cabins,” he said
Oman Air’s partnership with American Express is the latest step in the airline’s ongoing drive to deliver convenience and value for all its customers, as well as the ultimate passenger experience onboard its fleet of modern and luxurious aircrafts. – TradeArabia News Service
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