Jazeera Airways CEO Stefan Pichler rewards Mufeedah Al Masri, first beneficiary of Jazeerati
Award winning Jazeera Airways today announced the first beneficiary of the recently launched frequent flier program called ‘Jazeerati”. Frequent traveler Ms. Mufeeda Al Masri, was rewarded a free flight for flying Jazeera Airways 10 times since the launch of the program in November 2011.
The frequent flier program is available to all customers across the Jazeera Airways network and works by rewarding each customer or family with a free flight for every 10 boarding passes they collect. Once collected, the traveler can redeem the boarding passes for a free flight to any Jazeera Airways destination.
Once redeemed, the free flight will be available for a period of one year, and can be used towards any Jazeera Airways destination, at any time during the year, high season included.
Jazeera Airways CEO, Stefan Pichler, said: “We thank Ms. Al Masri for continuing to choose Jazeera Airways for her travels. By being our first Jazeerati beneficiary, Ms. Al Masri is now part of our history will be always remembered as the first beneficiary of this program.”
Over the last year Jazeera Airways has rolled out a series of value-enhancing passenger experience-boosting initiatives. Today, the airlines’ Economy Class amenities include 40 kilograms in free baggage allowance for every passenger, a complimentary selection of on board meals that change every month, so frequent travelers can always count on a new meal experience when flying with us.
The airline’s Business Class travelers get both an upgraded experience and exclusivity, starting with exclusive check-in lines and business lounge access, up to 60 kilograms in free baggage allowance, and an exclusive on-board cabin.
Jazeera Airways currently serves 18 destinations across the Middle East.