Blue1 joins Star Alliance Company Plus in the UK
Finnish regional carrier Blue1 has joined the Star Alliance Company Plus (SACP) programme in the UK and Ireland. To mark the expansion of the programme, triple points are being offered to customers, by all participating member airlines for all tickets booked on direct routes from the UK in business class during March. Double points will be offered for all other bookings.
Blue1, part of the SAS Group, has been a Regional Star Alliance Member since 2004 and becomes the 10th airline to join SACP. The carrier's passengers will continue enjoying all the associated benefits of Star Alliance, including the redemption of points for 18 other Star Alliance airlines’ frequent flyer programmes.
SACP has been designed primarily for small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). It is an easy to use system, requiring no minimum travel spend to join and there is no cost to join. It is an online self-managed programme, accessible 24 hours a day. It can also be managed by travel agents, who are also welcome to join SACP, on behalf of clients.
SACP is available to small and medium enterprises throughout the UK and Ireland. Points can be accumulated when flying with Air Canada, ANA, Austrian, Blue1, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, Scandinavian Airlines, SWISS, TAP Portugal and United.
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