Singapore Airlines has decided to integrate its corporate travel programmes under the HighFlyer brand from September 1, 2021. This will offer even greater value, benefits, and options for corporate customers from businesses of all sizes, ranging from large multinational companies to small and medium enterprises.
Currently, the SIA Corporate Travel Programme is aimed at large corporates while the current HighFlyer focuses on small and medium enterprises. With the integration, new features will be introduced while all benefits currently available in both programmes will be retained in the new HighFlyer.
As per the integrated corporate travel programme, participating companies will be able to enjoy preferential corporate fares, and earn HighFlyer points for all eligible travel on both Singapore Airlines and Scoot, the two passenger airlines within the SIA Group.
This will give businesses the flexibility to choose between a full-service or low-cost offering, and enjoy convenient connections on the complementary network of destinations.
- New features include more eligible booking classes for HighFlyer points accrual on non-corporate discounted flights, as well as rewards for reaching specific milestones in customer spend.
- Eligible customers will be able to enjoy priority services on their travel, including priority reservation waitlist and airport standby.
- SIA is also planning to introduce new HighFlyer earn and burn options with non-air partners such as hotels and car rental services, which are relevant to business travel needs and supports customers beyond the flight journey.
- This will give customers more opportunities to earn and use their HighFlyer points.
“The corporate travel segment will remain an important market for the SIA Group as we recover.
With the integration of our corporate travel programmes, HighFlyer will deliver even more flexibility, benefits, and choices to this key group of customers.
SIA is committed to continually investing in our various programmes, and better meeting the needs of all customers.”Lee Lik Hsin, Executive Vice President Commercial, Singapore Airlines, said
Information Source: Travel India from Economic times
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