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Safi Airways introduces Saffron Rewards program for loyal customers.

ARAB NEWSSafi Airways, the international airline of Afghanistan, launched its customer loyalty program Saffron Rewards at a function in Kabul recently for its trade partners and frequent fliers.

Safi Airways has come up with a straight forward transparent rewards program where the passenger can cash in his/her original boarding card stubs for tickets. The airline announced the program will take effect from Feb. 1. All tickets issued after Feb. 1 will be entitled for rewards.

Naeem Mahamoor, manager marketing, Safi Airways, stated: "Our main focus is to deliver a simple effective rewards program to our customers who patronize Safi Airways. 07 boarding pass stubs will earn a one way ticket and 11 boarding pass stubs will earn a return ticket to any Safi Airways destination. Passengers will have to pay the relevant government taxes. The class of travel will be determined, business or economy class as per the flown boarding stub class of travel.

Passenger names on the boarding stubs have to be the same for qualification. Passengers can redeem their tickets from any Safi Airways office by submitting their boarding stubs and complying with the set terms and conditions." According to Mahamoor, this scheme has been long overdue; "we came up with this scheme in encouraging customers to fly with us as their first choice".

Safi Airways is a full service carrier operating a two cabin configuration, business and economy class, with a modern fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraft.

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Date:Jan 24, 2014
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