Thursday, November 14, 2019

Jet gone, Jet Privilege is InterMiles now

New Delhi: Seven months after Jet Airways stopped flying, the airline’s frequent flyer program — Jet Privilege Private Limited (JPPL), in which Etihad has a 50.1% stake — has dropped the airline’s name from the same. JPPL will now be known as InterMiles. The program has about 1 crore members.
JPPL said in a statement: “The programme will offer its growing base of close to 1 crore members the opportunity to earn and redeem InterMiles, the new age currency of engagement, across travel, hospitality and lifestyle services across (over) 10 categories and (over) 150 programme partners.”
JPPL MD Manish Dureja said: “We are embarking on a new journey with InterMiles … What started as a frequent flyer programme has, today, become the platform of choice that empowers our members to fulfill their travel and lifestyle aspirations. As we reinforce our commitment to the promise of making our members’ journey more fulfilling, our growth plan is, focused on aggregating more benefits and simplifying access to a growing bouquet of experiences and rewards.”
14/11/19 Saurabh Sinha/Times of India
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