19 Aug 2009 [07:33h]     Bookmark and Share

The Iberia Plus programme now boasts nearly 4 million members and 70 associated companies. Cardholders registered on line can manage their accounts on the web site.

Madrid – The new Vueling carrier, created with the merger of Clickair and Vueling, has been incorporated into the Iberia Plus frequent flyers programme, so its passengers may now earn and spend Iberia Plus points on the same terms as those who flew with Clickair.

Iberia Plus, Europe’s first international airline loyalty programme, has more than 70 associated companies which award and/or accept Iberia Plus points. Since its launch in September, 1991, the programme has grown steadily in the scope of its services and the number of members, which last year reached nearly 4 million.

Advantages enjoyed by Iberia Plus cardholders include free flights, hotel stays and car rentals in exchange for points. Members also have automatic seat reservations and priority on waiting lists, and are eligible for special offers and discounts.

Since 2003, members of Iberia Plus online can manage their accounts and stay abreast of new developments and offers on Iberia’s web site