AZAL passengers will receive double miles on flights during Ramadan holiday

July 5, 2016, Baku – As part of AZAL Miles frequent-flyer program, passengers of Azerbaijan Airlines (AZAL) flights will receive double travel and status points during the Ramadan holiday (July 6 and 7).

In addition, participants of AZAL Miles frequent-flyer program, who purchase tickets to business class flights on the following destinations till October 15, will be able to earn 50% more status and travel points:

• Moscow

• Istanbul

• Kiev

• Minsk

• St. Petersburg

• Milan

• Paris

• Beijing

• Prague

• Dubai 

Detailed information about AZAL Miles frequent-flyer program is available at: https://www.azal.az/en/azal-miles/miles-programme

Those who are not a member of the program yet, can be registered on the following link:
http://ffj2.loyaltyplus.aero/j2loyalty/register.jsf?lang=en

In addition, passengers, who buy a business class ticket till September 15 with flight dates from September 12 to December 10 to such cities as Moscow, Kiev, Minsk, St. Petersburg, Paris and Milan, can also take advantage of special offers.

Air tickets can be booked on the website of the company www.azal.az and purchased at AZAL sales offices and official agencies.

To purchase tickets and for more information, please contact:

 + (99412) 598-88-80;

*8880

E-mail:  callcenter@azal.az

Questions regarding AZAL Miles frequent-flyer program can be sent to azalmiles@azal.az or through the contact form on the website www.azal.az.

Press Service of CJSC Azerbaijan Airlines

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