Hertz links with Royal Jordanian frequent flyer programme

Hertz links with Royal Jordanian frequent flyer programme

Hertz has entered into a new partnership with Royal Jordanian to provide preferential rates and special rewards to members of the airline’s frequent flyer programme, Royal Plus, while also offering global car rental benefits to all other customers booking flights online.

As a result of the new three-year agreement, Royal Plus members can immediately take advantage of best available rates on car rentals at Hertz locations across the airline’s international network of 59 destinations, while earning 500 Royal Plus miles for each booking.

This doubles up to 1,000 Royal Plus miles for those booking cars from the Hertz Prestige Collection which includes luxury brands like Mercedes, BMW and Porsche. 

An extra attraction for Royal Plus members is that they can take advantage of exclusive year-round promotions and offers through a new dual branded HertzLink booking platform accessed from the airline’s website.

The new agreement is also good news for all other Royal Jordanian passengers who are now able to enjoy best available rates when booking car rentals at over 8,500 Hertz locations worldwide via the car rental booking tab at rj.com.

Additionally, they can take advantage of exclusive promotions and offers year-round when booking online, have access to pre-paid and non pre-paid rates, and receive instant confirmation and guarantee of booking.

Michel Taride, president Hertz International, said: “We are very happy to have established a partnership with Royal Jordanian, and view this as an opportunity to build a lasting working relationship based on strong business synergies.

“We are both committed to ensuring that our customers benefit from the latest innovations, developments and enhancements in travel service, comfort and ease of access.

“Hertz looks forward to providing Royal Plus members, and may other Royal Jordanian passengers, with many attractive car rental offers, as well as great service around the world.”