Arik Air Offers Double Affinity Wings miles on Dubai route

Arik Air, West Africa’s largest carrier has rolled out mouth-watering incentives for its loyal guests on the Lagos-Abuja-Dubai route. Tagged “connecting you to higher rewards”, the offer is specifically tied to the airline’s Frequent Flyer Programme (FFP), Arik Affinity Wings.

The offer will enable guests travelling in the Premier Business Class on the Dubai route to earn double miles while those travelling in the Economy class will earn 50% more miles.

Also, guests who buy four Business Class return tickets to Dubai will get upgraded to Affinity Wings’ exclusive Gold membership level. The Gold membership is the highest membership level in the Affinity Wings loyalty programme which offers the most programme benefits for guests who have acquired 600 points and above by flying with Arik Air.

Guests who buy two Business Class return tickets to Dubai will get upgraded to the exclusive Silver membership level. The Silver membership is the second highest membership level for guests who have acquired up to 300 points through their travels with Arik Air and also enjoy some of the exclusive programme benefits.
Arik Air Managing Director/Executive Vice President, Mr. Chris Ndulue commented on the loyalty offers:
“Loyalty just got better with Arik Affinity Wings and our guests on the Dubai route are specially welcome to the world of more smiles as they enjoy bonus Affinity Miles. The more you fly Arik Air to Dubai, the more miles you accumulate to enjoy special treats and discounts on future travels’’
‘’ Every trip on Arik Air to Dubai puts extra smiles on the faces of our guests as they not only enjoy double miles but also take advantage of our generous baggage allowance coupled with our traditional African hospitality and global safety standards.This is in line with our promise to ensure we constantly strive to enhance the service we offer our guests”.
Arik Air launched flight services to Dubai on July 28, 2014 while the Arik Affinity Wings was launched on October 1, 2014.

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