Enjoy more benefits of Flying Blue Program via Air France Reservations

by Betty Cox
Enjoy more benefits of Flying Blue Program via Air France Reservations

Air France is the flag carrier of France and is headquartered in Paris and is a founding member of the SkyTeam global alliance. Air France flies to many destinations around the world including Aberdeen, Abidjan, Agen, Ajaccio, Djibouti City, Douala, Dubai, Johannesburg, Jersey, Jakarta, Istanbul, Manchester, Miami, Milan, Monrovia, Montevideo, Montreal, Seoul, Seville, Shanghai, Singapore and many others. Air France has hub airports at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport and Paris Orly Airport. Air France is a subsidiary of Air France-KLM Group and also owns HOP! Transavia Franceand Joon. Air France has a number of codeshare and interline agreements with airlines including Aeroflot, Air Europa, Aircalin, Belavia, Fleece and Winair. Why not redeem your Miles to indulge during your next journey? With Flying Blue Program, make your traveling little easy and under your budget. Plan your new adventure through Air France Reservations and explore all the exciting opportunities.

Read more here about the new opportunities of Miles:

What’s new by Flying Blue program?

The Flying Blue program a makeover! It's simpler, clearer, more flexible, and with all the same benefits.

Take flight to Hawaii to experience some real and endless fun. With miles you can travel at no cost.

What are new opportunities to earn miles?

This is a golden opportunity for you as members of Flying Blue Program can earn miles on each euro you spend on Air France and KLM flights, excluding taxes.
Did you buy a Baggage Option, an A la Carte menu or a Seat Option? The money you spend on them will also help you earn Miles. By the time you book Air France Reservation, you'll already know how many Miles you're going to earn!

Using your Miles has never been easier. Starting in June, you'll be able to:

• To book any seat available, on any Air France or KLM flight,
• Relax and pay up to 25% of your reward ticket in Euros with Miles & Cash. Cool if you're a few Miles short of your dream journey!

If you want to get the key of Happiness take Flight to Hawaii with your miles.

How to book your flight using miles?

You can redeem your Miles to purchase a one-way or on arrival ticket, in the Economy, Premium Economy or Business cabin, on all Air France and KLM flights, until the last available seat!
Taxes and carrier charges cannot be paid using Miles. There must be a payment at the moment of booking via Air France Reservation. See the starting price in Miles for a flight; redeem the Miles price estimator on the Flying Blue website.

What is the advantage of XP Points?

No more Level Miles or qualifying flights. Now, you earn XP (Experience Points) based on your flight type and travel cabin.You’ll have 12 months to gain enough XP to advance to the next level.

Jump to your next level on your bucket list and with all your miles take Flight to Hawaii.

What are Air France klm world elite MasterCard?

Get 25,000 bonus miles after you make $1,000 or more in purchases within the first 90 days of your account opening.

What card benefits you get?

• 3 Miles per $1 spent directly on Air France, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and SkyTeam member airlines purchases
• 1.5 Miles per $1 spent on all other purchases
• 5,000 Miles every year on your account anniversary after you spend $50 or more on purchases within the anniversary year
• 60 XP (Experience Points) upon approval
• Use your miles toward flights with any SkyTeam member airline to over 1,000 destinations worldwide
• No foreign transaction fees†

Enjoy various kinds of facilities by only Air France Reservations.

How to sign up for the new flying blue program?

If you are already a part of Flying Blue or you sign up for the program any time. You will automatically be signed up for the new Flying Blue program and no further action will be required from you.

Not a member yet? Signing up couldn't be easier! Simply create an account and provide your e-mail address.

September 11, 2019
by Betty Cox