Fairmont Hotels & Resorts Partners With Jet Airways

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Fairmont Hotels & Resorts has announced a marketing alliance with Jet Airways, India's international airline.

Through the partnership, guests and members of the luxury hotel brand's Fairmont President's Club guest recognition program, can earn airline miles in Jet Airway's JetPrivilege frequent flier program. In addition, Fairmont will allow JetPrivilege members to enjoy several unique benefits in select cities across the globe.

In honor of the new partnership, Fairmont is offering guests the chance to earn triple miles on qualifying stays, to a maximum of 2,000 miles per stay. The offer ends August 6, and immediately following the offer, guests can earn 500 frequent flyer miles per qualifying stay.

The soon-to-open Fairmont Jaipur, the 199-room city center hotel in Rajasthan, India, along with the Fairmont Katai, Manila Philippines (set to open later in 2012), the Fairmont Nanjing, China (2013), the Fairmont Taiyuan, China (2014) and the Fairmont Chengdu, China (2014) can be easily accessed through Jet Airways flights.  Based in Mumbai, the airline flies to 24 international and 52 domestic destinations.

“India is a dynamic, international market, and with our burgeoning growth in Asia and entry into Southeast Asia with the upcoming opening of Fairmont Jaipur, we see this as both a timely and strategic addition to our roster of airline partners”, said Serge Simard, Regional Vice President, Africa and India. “We’re very excited to be teaming with a respected and influential international carrier like Jet Airways and giving our frequent guests another mileage option to choose from.”

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