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The partnership will strengthen Korean Air's travel partner network

Preferred Hotel Group partners with Skypass

Preferred Hotel Group is pleased to announce a marketing partnership with Skypass – Korean Air’s frequent flyer program. This partnership will strengthen Korean Air’s travel partner network, and become Preferred Hotel Group’s 13th global airline partner.

Preferred Hotel Group represents more than 700 of the world’s finest independent hotels and resorts in over 75 countries across five brands. Skypass members can now earn 500 miles at eligible hotels and resorts from its four participating brands: Preferred Hotels & Resorts, Preferred Boutique, Summit Hotels & Resorts, and Sterling Hotels. This includes The Balboa Bay Club & Resort in California, The Tudor Hotel in New York, La Tremoille in Paris, 41 in London, Regal Hongkong Hotel in Hong Kong, and Royal Park Hotel in Tokyo.

To kick-off this partnership, Preferred Hotel Group is offering Double Miles at selected hotels and resorts through 30 April 2009 to Skypass members. Please visit www.phgoffers.com/miles for more details.

"With Korean Air’s increased frequency of flights between the Americas and Asia, both Preferred Hotel Group and Skypass members will benefit from this alliance. We welcome Skypass members to try the independent hotel experience," said John Ueberroth, Chairman and CEO, Preferred Hotel Group.

"As a leading global carrier, Korean Air strives to constantly add value and improve benefits for its Skypass members. This new alliance with Preferred Hotel Group expands the range of hotels our members can choose from around the world. Our frequent flyers are sophisticated and stylish people and this partnership now enables them to choose distinctive accommodation that suits their individual style and preferences," said Yang Ho Cho, Chairman and CEO of Korean Air.

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