WestJet, Air France and KLM launch reciprocal frequent flyer redemption

WestJet, Air France and KLM have announced the redemption phase of their reciprocal frequent flyer agreement, the companies said.

Flying Blue Miles can now be redeemed for WestJet flights and WestJet dollars can now be redeemed for flights within the Air France and KLM global network.

The announcement comes on the heels of the airlines´ successful launch of the earn phase of the reciprocal frequent flyer agreement and further complements their long-standing code share cooperation.

Members of WestJet Rewards can now redeem WestJet dollars on Air France-KLM destinations in Europe, Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Members of Air France-KLM´s Flying Blue program can now redeem their Flying Blue Miles to WestJet destinations throughout Canada, the US, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America.

More information on WestJet Rewards Member Exclusive fares can be found at westjet.com. Flying Blue members are invited to visit flyingblue.com for information on how to redeem Miles on WestJet flights.

Flying Blue, one of the loyalty programs in Europe with 27 million members, has 39 members airlines including Air France and KLM, and over 100 non-airline partners. Flying Blue members can earn Miles with any of the 20 SkyTeam partner companies and other partner airlines, as well as through numerous non-airline partners.

With the Flying Blue card, customers can access the numerous services designed to make traveling more enjoyable. At www.flyingblue.com, as well as on airfrance.com or klm.com, members can learn about the programme, manage their account, buy or transfer Miles, claim missing Miles, book rewards such as tickets, upgrades, extra baggage allowances or choose items via the Flying Blue store.

A global giant with a strong European base, the Air France-KLM Group´s main areas of business are passenger transport, cargo transport and aeronautical maintenance.

Air France-KLM is the Group in terms of international traffic on departure from Europe. In 2017, it offers its customers access to a network covering 328 destinations in 118 countries thanks to its five brands Air France, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Joon, Transavia and HOP! Air France. With a fleet of 534 aircraft in operation and 93.4 million passengers carried in 2016, Air France-KLM operates up to 2,300 daily flights, mainly from its hubs at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam-Schiphol. Its Flying Blue frequent flyer programme is one of the leaders in Europe with over 27 million members.

WestJet offers scheduled service to more than 100 destinations in North America, Central America, the Caribbean and Europe and to more than 175 destinations in over 20 countries through our airline partnerships.