Qatar Airways launches Globetrotter campaign
Qatar Airways Privilege Club, the five-star airline's loyalty programme, has launched the new Qatar Airways Globetrotter campaign exclusively for members to earn bonus Qmiles and travel badges as they enjoy exploring the airline's worldwide network of more than 140 destinations.
Privilege Club members will have the opportunity to receive rewards of up to 100,000 bonus Qmiles and a single tier upgrade on travel between April 1 and 31 December 2015, allowing them to discover new corners of the world or to revisit their favourite leisure destinations.
The Globetrotter campaign offers rewards on travel to a number of destinations captured through four themes:
• Cultural Explorations: Members will be in for a memorable experience as they embark on a discovery of fascinating cultures from the Great Pyramids of Giza to the Taj Mahal in India
• Adventurous Getaways: This theme offers members the opportunity to discover nature at its best. Take an adventure and discover the airline’s beach, safari, nature and wildlife destinations
• Culinary Journeys: The globetrotting experience is incomplete without sampling delectable cuisine around the globe. Indulge in the tastes of China, Tokyo and Spain to name but a few
• Metropolitan Excursions: Showcasing exciting city destinations, members will have the opportunity to experience any number of the world’s great cosmopolitan cities to shop until you drop in Dubai, London and Paris or tour the Burj Khalifa, Big Ben or the Eiffel Tower.
Rahul Kucheria senior manager, Frequent Flyer Programme, Qatar Airways, said: “Qatar Airways would like to express its appreciation to Privilege Club members by rewarding them with additional Qmiles when they fly to one of our worldwide destinations as part of the new Globetrotter campaign.
“Privilege Club members are very important to Qatar Airways and our Frequent Flyer Programme is designed with our members firmly in mind, offering them exclusive benefits and ensuring a seamless travel experience across one of the world’s largest route networks.”