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The Alaska Airlines mileage plan is getting ever wealthier and wealthier! Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan programme continues to add astonishing new partners. At the beginning of the year we heard about Japan Airlines, Condor and Finnair. Now we learn that Singapore Airlines is entering the alliance of airlines partners. In addition, Alaska Airlines has absolute crazy earning opportunities for partners.
For example, I will earn about 50,000 euros for every round trip I make with BA to Europe. The members will begin to collect points for each airline's programme from 27 September and will have the opportunity to cash them in at a later date. Each of Alaska and Singapore will also enter into a code share relationship - meaning that you can receive " smooth reservation and ticket delivery, one-stop check-in, luggage screening through to terminal handling and co-ordinated timetables.
" Unnecessary to say...I can't await to see what the Alaska Airlines Awards Charter looks like for Singapore Air and the associated routeing regulations. Alaska' s programme has some of the most generous buyback opportunities out there and allows intermediate stops. Could you tell me that I am really thrilled that Alaska Airlines and Singapore Airlines are entering into a partnership?
Alaska' s present partners: My two favourite routes to Asia... Cathay Enterprises and First and Japan Airlines First Class. SEATTLE, August 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ - Alaska Airlines today announces that Singapore Airlines will be its newest Global Partner. From 27 September, members of the Alaska Mileage Plan and Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer will earn mileage on each other's flight.
Members of the Membership Plans may at a later date earn award points on Singapore Airline services. Furthermore, the two companies will enter into a code share agreement allowing Singapore Airline bookers to fly with both companies and benefit from smooth reservation and ticket, one-stop check-in, checked-in luggage and co-ordinated itineraries.
Since 2013, Virgin America visitors have been enjoying the advantages of Singapore Airlines. The Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan will be a unique Virgin America aircraft fidelity programme from 2018. "With our new Alaska Airlines alliance, we can enhance our ability to connect Singapore to the important US markets by offering our clients more code-share targets and improved KrisFlyer advantages.
Our dedication to continually expanding our coverage and offering our clients greater freedom in routeing is also reflected in our commitment," said Tan Kai Ping, Singapore Airlines senior VP VP Airport Global Sales Development. Singapore Airlines is known for its first-class in-flight services as the most award-winning carrier in the industry and operates non-stop flights from Alaska's San Francisco hubs to Singapore and via Hong Kong as well as from Alaska's Los Angeles hubs to Singapore via Seoul or Tokyo (Narita) with connections from Seattle and Portland.
Singapore Airlines, headquartered at Changi Airport, serves over 60 routes in more than 30 different nations on five different global markets.