Thursday, 24 September 2020

airBaltic introduces digital loyalty card



The Latvian Government-owned airBaltic has introduced new digital loyalty cards to its Club travel loyalty programme, which members are able to download to their mobile device wallets in an effort to reduce unnecessary use of plastic.

Māris Rudens, Managing Director of SIA Loyalty Services: “The new digital cards can be used in the same way as the plastic card, yet are more convenient for the users. As a part of our efforts towards sustainability and digital improvements, we will no longer send out physical airBaltic Club and PINS member cards.”

airBaltic Club is a loyalty programme, where it is possible to earn PINS loyalty points and collect stamps while travelling and receive various rewards. Members can earn PINS every time they fly airBaltic or use the services of many other travel and retail partners. Points can also be earned by using Booking.com, Sixt, Hertz, Avis, Riga International Airport and Narvesen services among others.

Any member who travels with airBaltic at least five times per year, can earn a free flight with participation in airBaltic Club. Customers who travel less can also receive valuable rewards like free checked baggage, advanced seat reservation among others.

To read more about the new airBaltic Club digital card and download it, feel free to visit https://www.pins.co/lv-en/wallet.







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