Bangkok Airways Public Company Limited and Cathay Pacific are pleased to announce partnership on frequent flyer programs. This partnership signifies the continuous effort from both airlines in improving the proposition of their frequent flyer programs to members.
Starting from 1 June 2015, members of Bangkok Airways’ FlyerBonus program can now earn and redeem FlyerBonus points when flying on eligible subclasses with Cathay Pacific and Dragonair. Similarly, members of the Marco Polo Club and Asia Miles can earn and redeem Asia Miles when travelling on all eligible subclasses with Bangkok Airways.
Prote Setsuwan (left), Vice President – Marketing at Bangkok Airways, and Patricia Hwang (right), General Manager Revenue Management at Cathay Pacific, exchange souvenirs at Cathay Pacific’s headquarters in Hong Kong in celebration of their new partnership.
The frequent flyer partnership is the second major cooperation between Bangkok Airways and Cathay Pacific. The code-share agreement between the two airlines in November 2013 laid the foundation for the continued success of this long-term partnership.
Prote Setsuwan, Vice President – Marketing of Bangkok Airways said, “We are delighted to partner with Cathay Pacific, and through them we can strengthen our relationship with our own FlyerBonus members. This will bring significant benefits to passengers of both airlines. As Bangkok Airways always strives to offer the best for our passengers, especially our FlyerBonus members, we hope and trust that this partnership will enhance their traveling experience with us.”
Cathay Pacific General Manager Revenue Management Patricia Hwang said, “We are very pleased to collaborate with Bangkok Airways on frequent flyer partnership. We always look for ways to improve the proposition of our frequent flyer program to better serve our customers. We are glad that this partnership brings in great value and flexibility into the mix.”