Mumbai,July 07,2009: Effective July 7, 2009,Jet Airways’ JetPrivilege will welcome two new hotel partners- Accor SA and Langham Hotels International respectively, as well as a new publishing partner,The Wall Street Journal Asia,to its growing list of programmme partners across several categories.
Accor SA is the world leader in economy and midscale hotels, and a major player in the upscale and luxury segments worldwide. Present in 90 countries, with more than 4,000 hotels and 500,000 rooms, Accor’s hotel brands including Sofitel, Pullman, MGallery, Grand Mercure, Novotel, Mercure and Ibis, offer hotel stays tailored to the specific needs of each business and leisure customer.
Effective July 7, 2009, JetPrivilege members may earn 500 JPMiles per stay at Sofitel, Pullman or MGallery Hotels (Worldwide),250 JPMiles per stay at Grand Mercure, Novotel and Mercure Hotels (Worldwide).Moreover, for the very first time, JetPrivilege members may exclusively earn 150 JPMiles per stay at Ibis Hotels (India, Singapore, Thailand, Beijing and Shanghai).
To commemorate the launch of this partnership,JetPrivilege members may also earn Bonus JPMiles for a minimum 2 consecutive nights stay from July 7, 2009 to September 30,2009.Under the terms of this offer,JetPrivilege members may earn quadruple JPMiles (2000 JPMiles) per stay at Sofitel, Pullman or MGallery Hotels (worldwide), triple JPMiles (750 JPMiles) per stay at Grand Mercure, Novotel and Mercure Hotels (worldwide) and double JPMiles (300 JPMiles) per stay at Ibis Hotels (India, Singapore, Thailand, Beijing and Shanghai).
With a legendary heritage dating back to 1865 with the opening of The Langham, London, Europe’s first ‘Grand Hotel’, Langham Hotels International today offer travellers luxurious properties in gateway cities across four continents.
Effective July 7,2009,JetPrivilege members staying at a qualifying rate at any Langham hotel,or any of its affiliated hotels,may earn 500 JPMiles for a stay of one to three nights, and 750 JPMiles for a stay of more than three consecutive nights.
Furthermore,to celebrate the launch of the new partnership,JetPrivilege members will also receive double JPMiles for each stay from July 07, 2009 to September 30, 2009.
The Wall Street Journal Asia has been the leader in global business news for Asia since 1976. The Wall Street Journal Asia recently launched its daily printing in India, making same-day delivery available to subscribers and newsstands in India’s major cities for the first time.
Effective July 07, 2009, JetPrivilege members based in India, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand only may avail of a 1-year subscription (256 issues) to The Wall Street Journal Asia and earn 1200 JPMiles at a 49% discount, plus free unlimited access to WSJ.com. JetPrivilege members may also avail of a 2-year subscription (512 issues) and earn 2000 JPMiles at a 51% discount, plus free unlimited access to WSJ.com.
*Discounts will vary from country to country.
Members may earn these JPMiles when they subscribe for the JetPrivilege offer online at www.wsj-asia.com/sub/jetairways or offline through their other sales channels by specifically asking for the AWSJ’s JetPrivilege Offer Subscription Form.
According to Mr.Wolfgang Prock-Schauer, Chief Executive Officer, Jet Airways, “Jet Airways’ JetPrivilege is delighted to partner with Accor SA, Langham Hotels International and The Wall Street Journal Asia. These partnerships will be an excellent value addition to our impressive list of programme partners, across a variety of categories, from hotels and publishing to retail and telecommunication,among others.”
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