Frequent flyer agreement: Azul and Turkish Airlines
Azul and Turkish Airlines entered an agreement on frequent flyer cooperation between the two airlines' loyalty programs. Starting today, members of Azul's loyalty program TudoAzul and members of Turkish Airlines loyalty program Miles&Smiles will have access to exclusive benefits and the ability to earn and redeem points when flying on each airline.
Azul and Turkish Airlines entered an agreement on frequent flyer cooperation between the two airlines’ loyalty programs. Starting today, members of Azul’s loyalty program TudoAzul and members of Turkish Airlines loyalty program Miles&Smiles will have access to exclusive benefits and the ability to earn and redeem points when flying on each airline. This new frequent flyer agreement builds upon the very successful codeshare agreement between Turkish and Azul that was implemented in December 2017. Via this codeshare agreement customers traveling on a connecting itinerary between the two airlines can enjoy a seamless travel experience and connect to over 100 destinations in Brazil.
“Azul has proven itself to be a critical connecting partner for international airlines that fly into Brazil. With an unparalleled network of over 100 domestic destinations, airlines flying into Brazil can access an unrivalled portfolio of destinations and experiences for their customers when they partner with Azul for their domestic connectivity in Brazil“, says Abhi Shah, Chief Revenue Officer at Azul.
The Director of Marketing for Turkish Airlines, Ahmet Olmustur, also celebrated this new agreement. “We are very happy to amplify our strategic partnership with Azul. This clearly demonstrates that the codeshare we put in last year is working and that our customers are asking for even closer cooperation between our two airlines”, confirmed Olmustur.
The codeshare between Azul and Turkish allows a single ticket to be flown on both airlines the convenience of thru baggage and thru check-in. In this way, customers traveling on Turkish Airlines long-haul flights into Brazil have access to over 100 domestic destinations with the Azul network. At the same time Azul customer leaving Brazil can connect to the Turkish Airlines global network via their long haul flights.
“We are delighted to expand our partnership with Azul” said Ahmet Olmuştur, Turkish Airlines’ Chief Marketing Officer, that was present at the ceremony today. “This signing shows that the codeshare agreement, we made at the end of last year with Azul, was a great success that led up to bring our existing collaboration on a higher level.”