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Saudia and American Express partner on air miles redemption initiative 

American Express Saudi Arabia cardholders can now earn AlFursan miles on purchases

Saudi Arabia’s national carrier, Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) and American Express Saudi Arabia have strengthened their partnership by introducing the option for American Express Saudi Arabia cardmembers to redeem membership points for AlFursan miles.

The announcement comes as an extension of the ongoing partnership between the two parties through the existing AlFursan American Express co-branded credit card that allows American Express Saudi Arabia Card members to earn miles using the card.

Members will now be able to redeem two Membership Rewards points for one AlFursan mile

Commenting on the expanded partnership, Saudia vice president of Marketing and Product Management, Essam Akhonbay said: “Saudia is proud to be building on the successful, long-standing partnership with American Express Saudi Arabia. Jointly, we’re committed to providing members with additional convenience to maximise earned benefits and build travel journeys with flexibility in mind.”

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American Express Saudi Arabia chief marketing officer, Khalid Mohammad Kayal added: “Consolidating our strategic partnership with Saudia for the benefit of our Card members is an important priority.

“The relationship with Saudia started with the successful AlFursan American Express co-brand credit card and, through signing our new agreement, all American Express Saudi Arabia card members will be able to access the benefits of our strategic partnership and redeem their Memberships Rewards points toward AlFursan miles.”

Saudia’s network of flights connects to more than 95 destinations across four continents. 

For more information, visit www.saudia.com 

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