Afghan airline starts rewards
Boarding card stubs can be traded for tickets
Aghan airline Safi Airways is starting a new loyalty scheme offering flight tickets in exchange for passengers’ old boarding card stubs.
The international airline said its Saffron Rewards programme will start operating from next month and all tickets issued after the February 1 will qualify for rewards.
Seven boarding pass stubs will earn a one way ticket and 11 stubs will earn a return ticket to any Safi Airways destination. Passengers will have to pay the relevant government taxes.
The class of travel offered – business or economy – will be the same as that on the boarding stub.
Passengers can redeem their tickets from any Safi Airways office by submitting their boarding stubs and complying with the set terms & conditions”
Referring to the scheme as “long overdue”, the airline’s marketing manager Naeem Mahamoor said: “Our main focus is to deliver a simple effective rewards programme to our customers’ who patronise Safi Airways.”
Safi Airways, which started in 2006, operates a fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraft and currently offers international flights to Dubai, Delhi and Islamabad and domestic ones to Herat and Mazar e Sharif. It plans to expand its range of international destinations.