Low-cost airline AirAsia brings to the Philippines the Freedom Flyer Programme, designed to reward loyal guests with an easier, faster, and better way to earn AirAsia BIG Points.
First launched in Malaysia, the overhauled loyalty program features a unique membership status system based on how often the guests fly, regardless of how much they spend on fares or how far they fly.
Each guest automatically becomes a member, starting with Red status where they will earn up to 20 BIG Points per P125 spent (subject to foreign exchange fluctuations). Gold members earn up to 40 BIG Points, Platinum up to 70 BIG Points, and Black up to 120 BIG Points. In addition, long-haul and Fly-Thru flights count as two one-way, short-haul flights for membership status qualification purposes, making it doubly rewarding to travel with AirAsia X.
“Introducing the world’s first Freedom Flyer Programme is our way of saying thank you for making AirAsia the world’s best low-cost airline and for helping AirAsia reach its half a billion guests flown milestone,” said AirAsia BIG Loyalty acting chief executive officer Sereen Teoh.
Guests with a minimum of 100 BIG Points can now pay for their flight bookings with BIG Points on airasia.com. Other privileges include 90 percent off on flights during monthly promotions like Final Call Sale and Final Call Sale X exclusively on the AirAsia BIG Loyalty app, plus 24-hour priority redemption for RED HOT PISO SALE.
“We appreciate our guests deeply and we wanted to give them more opportunities to travel to new, incredible places,” said AirAsia Philippines chief executive officer Captain Dexter Comendador.
Visit airasiabig.com for more information.
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