Mokulele Airlines to join Alaska Airlines' loyalty programme
Hawai'i-based Mokulele Airlines is the newest airline partner to join the Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan loyalty programme. Mokulele offers daily inter-island service from Honolulu, Kapalua, Kona, Lana'i, Lihu'e and Moloka'i. Beginning in early 2009, Mokulele will also offer service to Kahalui, Maui, and Hilo, Hawai'i.
Under the partnership, Mileage Plan members will earn 500 miles for each segment flown on Mokulele, beginning on 15 December. Award redemption on Mokulele will be available in early 2009.
"Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan is one of the best frequent flyer programmes in the industry, with opportunities to earn and redeem miles on 15 different airline partners," said Bill Boyer, president and CEO of Mokulele Airlines. "Those who travel frequently know the importance of frequent flyer miles. With the addition of Alaska Airlines, our customers in Hawai'i will have several airline options to help make air travel rewarding and affordable."
To launch the new partnership, Mileage Plan members can earn double miles for travel on Mokulele (1,000 miles per segment) from 1 January until 28 February 2009. Other Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan partners include American Airlines, Air France, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Continental Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Era Aviation, Horizon Air, KLM, Korean Air, LAN, Northwest Airlines, PenAir and Qantas.
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