Singureni Manor Equestrian Retreat joins the Flying Blue program
Air France, KLM and TAROM announce the first partnership in Romania with Singureni Manor Equestrian Retreat within the loyalty program Flying Blue.
Singureni Manor Equestrian Retreat, the perfect destination for people who appreciate authentic and profound experiences, becomes a partner in the Flying Blue loyalty program of Air France, KLM and TAROM. Thus, Flying Blue members will have the opportunity to explore new horizons of travel in a unique atmosphere and absolute comfort, in the middle of nature.
Earn Flying Blue Miles with Singureni Manor Equestrian Retreat
Thanks to this partnership, members of the Flying Blue community will enjoy the opportunity to accumulate Mile by choosing to stay in one of the two premium locations offered by Singureni Manor Equestrian Retreat, Paul's Lodge and Paul's Horses.
Moreover, they will have personalized culinary experiences, cuisine inspired by local and seasonal flavors, equestrian sports, safaris and spas, but also various other outdoor activities on the field located in the heart of an oak and acacia forest of approx. 700 hectares, with over 3000 wild animals.
For every 1 euro spent they will receive 1 Flying Blue Mile
Starting June 28, the partnership allows Flying Blue loyalty program members to earn extra Miles for stays at Singureni Manor Equestrian Retreat (for every 1 euro spent they will receive 1 Flying Blue Mile). In order to validate the accumulated Miles, Flying Blue members must present at check-out the Flying Blue card together with the invoice for the stay spent at Singureni Manor and the Miles will be credited to the Flying Blue account.
"The agreement between Flying Blue and Singureni Manor Equestrian Retreat is the first in Romania that allows Flying Blue customers to accumulate Mile with a local partner. We are happy to be among the first international markets to sign a local partnership and to offer our Romanian and international Flying Blue passengers an authentic travel experience.", stated Răzvan Răduț, Country Sales Manager for Air France, KLM in Romania.
"Becoming a partner of the Flying Blue loyalty program offered in Romania by Air France, KLM and TAROM, one of the most prestigious loyalty programs in the aviation industry, we open new travel horizons for those who appreciate refined experiences. We are excited to give the Flying Blue community access to an equestrian area surrounded by an oak and acacia forest that hosts over 3000 wildlife. They will be delighted to discover a premium location and earn Mile as part of the Flying Blue program with each visit to Singureni Manor Equestrian Retreat", said Adrian Adam, Executive Manager at Singureni Manor Equestrian Retreat.
BT Flying Blue Card: More opportunities and rewards for Flying Blue loyalty program members who use BT Flying Blue at Singureni Manor.
Holders of the BT Flying Blue credit card, issued by Banca Transilvania in partnership with Air France, KLM and TAROM, will receive an extra Mile if they choose to pay with their credit card the stay at Singureni Manor - Equestrian Retreat. Thus, both partners will grant Miles: Banca Transilvania grants for payment with the BT Flying Blue card, and Singureni Manor, for the stay spent there by Flying Blue members.
"Today, Air France, KLM, TAROM and Banca Transilvania reconfirm the success of the collaboration started 8 years ago by extending the advantages of the Flying Blue program to local partners. Together we encourage domestic tourism, and with the additional benefits of the BT Flying Blue card, it is increasingly attractive to customers.", stated Ӧmer Tetik, CEO of Banca Transilvania.
Since its launch in 2014, the partnership between Air France, KLM, TAROM and Banca Transilvania has become a successful one in Romania. BT Flying Blue cards are the only credit cards in Romania that offer the opportunity to earn Mile on daily purchases and turn them into prize tickets within the Flying Blue program. The bank has so far issued about 40.000 cards. The value of purchases with this card was 20% higher in 2021 compared to 2019, and in January-May this year it increased by 45% compared to the first five months of 2021.