From 15 September, frequent flyers on Singapore Airlines and Air India can
enjoy greater choice and value for money, thanks to a new bilateral frequent
flyer programme agreement between the two carriers.
nder the agreement, frequent flyer programme members of both airlines are
ble to earn and redeem miles on flights operated by either carrier. Thi
means members of Singapore Airlines’ KrisFlyer programme can now earn
risFlyer miles when they fly with Air India, or choose to redeem their miles fo
ghts with the Indian carrier.
Likewise, members of Air India’s Flying Returns programme will enjoy greater
choice by having the option of using their miles on Singapore Airlines flights or
earning miles when they fly on Singapore Airlines.
Singapore Airlines is pleased to welcome Air India on board. The addition of
air India as a KrisFlyer partner boosts the number of carriers we have such
greements with to 28. Those who fly frequently with Singapore Airlines and
air India now have more opportunity to increase their frequent flyer miles, and
more choice in deciding how best to use their miles,” said Mr Huang Cheng
Eng, Singapore Airlines’ Executive Vice President Marketing and the Regions.
Singapore Airlines operates 42 times a week to 6 destinations in India. With
the inclusion of subsidiary carrier SilkAir, the Singapore Airlines route network
covers 93 destinations in 38 countries.