Kenya Airways, an airline serving a network which includes hundreds of destinations around the world. A member of the Skyteam alliance, the Kenyan airline invites its passengers to sign up for its Flying Blue loyalty program, which opens doors to a world of travel.
By becoming a member of the Kenya Airways Reward Program, you can:
– Earn bonus miles, status and elites
– Transfer earned miles to airline tickets or other services
– Earning points by traveling the Kenya carrier, but also with the various operators belonging to the alliance.
In addition to earning miles each time they book a flight or purchase a service from the Kenyan airline, Flying Blue Rewards members can also earn miles by flying on routes served by all Skyteam operators. , the famous alliance which includes 20 air carriers including Air Europa, Air France, Copa and Middle East Airlines, Tarom and Korean Air, …
Important: Flying Blue members offer miles depending on the fare of ticket, class of travel, journey traveled, …
The miles points will not be credited to the member’s account if the booking subclass is not: NA, Y, B, M, U, K, H, L, Q, T, R, E, N, G, V, W, Z, C, D, I, J
Type of miles
Two types of miles must first be distinguished: on the one hand, the Bonus Miles which are exchangeable for discounts or freebies, and on the other hand, Status Miles which define the membership status.
Bonus Miles / Status: These are calculated as follows: Travel (in miles) x accumulation percentage of the booking subclass, the latter is detailed as follows:
Business class: de 125% à 175%
Economy Class: de 25% à 100%
View the balance miles
The Flying Blue Loyalty Program offer you opportunities to view and know the number of miles credited to your account. Go to www.flyingblue.com/account/login.html?ref=/account/my-balance.html and login by entering your email or number FB and your PIN.
To calculate the value of the miles, just search for a ticket, note its price and consult the Kenya Airways calculator (go to www.flyingblue.com/calculator/earn.html) to find out how much miles are needed to get a discount.
It is necessary then divide the price by the number of miles to get their value.
Example: a ticket Nairobi-Paris costs 55.000KES (450€), if one uses 50.000 miles, one can benefit from a reduction of 37.000KES (300€).