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air mile

[′er ‚mīl]
(navigation)
A unit of length used in air navigation and equal, since 1954, to 1 international nautical mile (1852 meters). Also known as aeronautical mile.
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Paul Lacey, Managing Director of Air Miles Middle East, said, "We are proud of this important addition to our partner base, which should serve as a real bonus for our members and Zurich's customers.
The new card has an initial bonus of 15,000 free air miles if subscribed to and used before January 31, 2010, that can be redeemed towards an airline ticket.
BBC presenter Julia Bradbury is returning to TV's Watchdog after having to repay pounds 20,000 in air miles for unpaid flights.
Under the partnership, both corporate and consumer Skycom clients will have the ability to earn Air Miles.
For just 550 Air Miles you can fly to Paris or Brussels from Birmingham, for 600 you can jet off to Holland.
Air Miles, which is owned by British Airways, claims it has four and a half million active collectors that last year took over a million free flights.
said Blair Cameron, senior vice president of client services, AIR MILES Reward Program.
said Bryan Pearson, president of LoyaltyOne, owner and operator of the AIR MILES Reward Program.
Our coalition programmes deliver strong benefits to our partners and customers and we continue to see strong results and success of the Air Miles programme in the Middle East.
Air Miles Middle East is the region's largest loyalty programme and managed by Rewards Management Middle East, which is 60 per cent owned by Aimia, a global leader in loyalty management
The new plan combines premium benefits and the ability for customers to earn Air Miles on their monthly spend.