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Garuda Indonesia enhaces frequent flyer programme

GFF programme now includes buy mileage and greater rewards.

SINGAPORE – Indonesia’s national carrier, Garuda Indonesia, has expanded its passenger rewards programme – Garuda Frequent Flyer (GFF) – to incorporate buy mileage, buy to extend mileage and buy to maintain tier options.

Passengers can now buy miles, extend the expiry of miles and maintain their GFF tier while continuing to earn substantial points when flying with Garuda Indonesia and its partner airlines, hotels and tour operators.

Garuda Indonesia’s loyalty programme rewards passengers generously with miles and exclusive benefits such as special check-in counters, additional baggage allowances, priority booking and access to airline lounges.

“We are currently revamping our GFF programme and these additional options are part of the first phase as we look to enhance the benefits to our customers. In Singapore, we have also expanded our agreement with Citibank. Passengers who are also Citibank Visa or American Express credit card holders are now able to redeem GFF miles from their credit card reward points,” said Sentot Mujiono, Vice President, Region Southeast Asia, Garuda Indonesia.

Garuda Indonesia has also recently enhanced partnership agreements with several travel and tourism operators, including a new frequent traveller programme with Swiss Belhotel and a new code share agreement with Indian airline, Jet Airways.

Following Garuda Indonesia’s recent cooperation with Air France and KLM, GFF members will now be able to earn GFF Mileage when flying with two of Europe’s most renowned airlines.

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