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Kingfisher launches FFP for youth market


Published on Nov 22, 2010

Kingfisher Airlines has announced the launch of ‘Little Wings’, a new frequent flyer programme especially created for young flyers between the ages of 3 through 12 years.

With the introduction of this new programme, Kingfisher Airlines becomes the first airline from India to let young flyers earn King Miles when they fly. The King Miles will be added to the miles tally of the parent who has to be a King Club member.  No other airline from India currently allows this.

Besides being able to earn miles and have them added on to their parents’ miles, young flyers can now also fly for free using King Miles so accumulated on their parents’ account.  To get a free ticket against redemption of King Miles, young flyers will need to redeem only 50% of the miles normally required for a redemption ticket which will make their King Miles go much longer and further.

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