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Scoot To Join HighFlyer Programme

02 May 2018 - Corporate members of Singapore Airlines’ HighFlyer programme can now earn HighFlyer points when flying on Singapore Airlines (SIA) or SilkAir itineraries with connections onto Scoot.

Corporates under the HighFlyer programme can earn five HighFlyer points for every S$1 spent if their SIA or SilkAir travel itineraries include a Scoot-operated flight segment ticketed and booked through Singapore Airlines’ corporate booking platform or via an appointed travel agent. This will be applicable for tickets issued from 2 May 2018, for eligible booking classes and destinations.

These points can be used as full payment, or part payment with cash top-up, for Singapore Airlines and SilkAir tickets, upgrades and selected ancillaries used by employees of HighFlyer programme participants.

HighFlyer members will also have the option to redeem HighFlyer points for travel on Scoot-operated flights later this year.

“We are very pleased to bring Scoot into the HighFlyer family and to offer our corporate members more ways to accrue HighFlyer points. Scoot is an important part of the SIA Group’s portfolio of airlines. With a combined passenger network of more than 135 destinations in over 35 countries and territories, Scoot’s participation in the HighFlyer programme affirms our commitment to constantly deliver more value to corporates when they fly with the SIA Group of airlines,” said Singapore Airlines Senior Vice President Sales and Marketing, Mr Campbell Wilson.

“Scoot is excited to join the HighFlyer family. Scoot offers many products and services suitable for the business traveller, such as our premium ScootBiz cabin on our 787 Dreamliner fleet, with in-seat power and Wi-Fi connectivity. Coupled with our expansive and growing network presently spanning 63 destinations, including long-haul points like Athens, Honolulu and, soon, Berlin, Scoot’s inclusion will provide greater choice and connectivity to corporates in the HighFlyer programme,” said Scoot CEO, Mr Lee Lik Hsin.

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