Lost price airline FlySafair has launched the FlyMore Club, a subscription program that allows travelers to travel regularly at fixed prices.
The airline said the club would save frequent travelers money by paying for their flights in advance.
“Customers have been asking us for a way to reward frequent flyers for some time and traditional models just don’t work, especially not in the low-cost environment,” Kirby Gordon, Marketing Director of FlySafair, said in a statement. .
“We are confident that we have innovated a unique solution here that customers will love. “
FlyMore Club packages and details
The FlyMore Club allows air travelers to sign up for a monthly stipend of FlySafair flights at a fixed price. They can join the club for a minimum of twelve months.
The club offers three different packages to members depending on the number of flights they want.
The packages are as follows:
- Fly2More: Two one-way flights, or one return flight, for R800pm
- Fly6Plus: Six one-way flights, or three round-trip flights, for R2 400pm
- Fly10Plus: Ten one-way trips, or five round trips, for R4,000pm
When members book a flight, they can use their monthly allowance and only pay airport taxes when booking.
“This means that we are effectively able to offer members something like a ‘flight reception’ service at a savings of up to 84% per flight,” Gordon explained.
Flight assignments apply to all domestic routes operated by FlySafair.
Club members can book flights and purchase extras such as checked baggage and priority boarding.
They can book flights up to two hours before departure as long as there are seats available.
If a member does not use their monthly flight allowance within a month, it will expire and they will lose it.
FlySafair will soon allow members to redeem club flights via the airline’s mobile application. Currently, they can only redeem flights on desktop and mobile websites.
You can watch a video explaining how the FlyMore Club works below:
Those interested in registering for the FlyMore Club can do so on the FlySafair website.
To register, you must have a FlySafair account with a loaded credit or debit card.
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