FlySmiLes frequent flyer programme of SriLankan Airlines, with its newest cash plus miles offer, gives its members the opportunity to explore SriLankan’s directly operated destinations for attractive fares.
The offer, valid for bookings till August 15, 2015 for travel from September 1 to October 31, 2015, gives FlySmiLes members the chance to combine their FlySmiLes miles and cash to fly to any of the destinations on offer by redeeming their miles. A return trip to Europe can be yours for as low as Rs.24,400 and South India for just Rs.8,600.
SriLankan Airlines Senior Manager Loyalty, Partnerships and oneworld Project Director Ruwanthi Rodrigo said, “SriLankan is pleased to offer its frequent flyers more reasons to explore the world, while redeeming their miles. With FlySmiLes Cash plus Miles offer, national carrier’s frequent flyers can enjoy touring up to 30 cities across the Europe, Middle East, Far East and India. With its line-up of airline and non-airline associates ranging from hospitality, retail and transportation partners, FlySmiLes will continue to reward its ever growing member base.”
FlySmiLes offers a host of benefits to its members, with the airline’s induction to the oneworld airline alliance in May last year. FlySmiLes Platinum and Gold Members are entitled to a range of privileges such as complimentary Lounge Access across the oneworld network of almost 1000 destinations, priority Business Class check-in and boarding and additional baggage allowances. These privileges have been tailored to create a smooth and a hassle-free journey filled with luxury.
Together with oneworld, FlySmiLes top tier members can now earn and redeem miles on any oneworld member carrier; among which are some of the premier brands in the industry such as - airberlin, American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Finnair, Qatar Airways, Iberia, Japan Airlines, LAN, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas, Royal Jordanian and S7 airlines.
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