airBaltic Club is a loyalty program, where it is possible to earn loyalty points while travelling and receive various rewards. Members can earn points every time they fly airBaltic or use the services of other travel partners.
RIGA – The Latvian national airline airBaltic announces the introduction of a new option – to register profiles of children and young adults (2–16 years) for the use of airBaltic Club loyalty program. It will allow entire families to join in and accumulate points collectively within a dedicated Friends&Family account. As a result, members can now acquire points more quickly, leading to substantial benefits, including the ability to make larger purchases and earn complimentary flights in a shorter timeframe.
Māris Rudens, Head of Loyalty and Partnerships of airBaltic: “We are always looking for new ways to make the airBaltic Club loyalty program more and more attractive to its members. Now, inclusion of children and young adults in the program present fantastic opportunities for families to collectively accumulate and use points within a Friends&Family account, where up to 8 people can register. In already the near future, we will be delighted to see more of our passengers taking advantage of the new offerings from airBaltic Club.”
To register a person under the age of 16 for the airBaltic Club program, the person who has the legal right to represent the minor must: be a member of airBaltic Club; log in to their airBaltic profile, enter the e-mail address of the person to be registered, and complete the registration form.
Overall, three membership levels exist. If you fly at least 30 one-way flights with airBaltic over the course of one year, you will reach the airBaltic Club Executive level. If you take at least 60 one-way flights within a year, you will earn airBaltic Club VIP status.
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