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Qatar Airways' frequent flyer programme voted Best Rewards Programme

Posted 3 May 2017 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways' frequent flyer programme, Privilege Club, is proud to be voted the Best Rewards Programme for the Middle East, Asia and Oceania region in the sixth annual FlyerTalk Awards.

FlyerTalk is a community of more than half a million businesses and leisure travellers dedicated to finding and sharing elite-level knowledge of air, hotel and car rental programmes.

Qatar Airways Privilege Club overcame two-time defending champion Cathay Pacific and its frequent flyer programme to earn the number one honour. Qatar Airways Vice President, Customer Loyalty and Relationship Management, Dr. Ian Di Tullio, said: “Qatar Airways Privilege Club is delighted to have received this award, particularly as it was voted for by our discerning members and those from the FlyerTalk community."

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