Gulf Air has introduced 'Shukran', a Travel Co-ordinator's Scheme, which recognises and rewards the work of secretaries or personal assistants of Gold and Silver level members of its Falcon Frequent Flyer Programme.
"As a demonstration of our commitment to going the extra mile for our Falcon Members, we are introducing 'Shukran' as an exclusive benefit for Gold and Silver level members. In addition to being able to nominate their family members in the Falcon Frequent Flyer Programme, Gold and Silver level members can now nominate their secretaries or personal assistants who will be awarded free Falcon Miles every time the member travels on qualifying flights with Gulf Air and Oman Air," said John Butler, vice-president, Marketing and Sales, Gulf Air.
"This new addition to the benefits currently offered by the Falcon loyalty programme allows our top tier Falcon members to say a 'thank you' to the all important people who take care of all their travel arrangements. The Travel Co-ordinators will be automatically enrolled in the Falcon programme and will begin to enjoy all the benefits that this membership brings, in addition to earning generous 'Shukran' bonus miles," added Meher Parakh, manager, Loyalty Programmes, Gulf Air.
The Falcon programme constantly works towards enhancing the benefits offered to its Falcon Members.
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