Flying Blue rewards you with 2500 Miles bonuses or discount vouchers of 50 EURO

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AIR FRANCE - KLM Launches an application dedicated to the Flying Blue loyalty program and rewards them with bonus miles and discount vouchers on Facebook users who have traveled abroad in the year 2013. The application is a way to appreciate the loyalty of the members Flying Blue, Europe's leading loyalty program in 2014, with over 21 million members.

During the period 6-31 August 2014, Air France and KLM invites Facebook users to participate in the "Life is sweeter with Flying Blue"And scan their profiles through a special applications.

Flying Blue app

Users can select their 5 places where they checked in on Facebook in 2013 to create a video with the most beautiful photos taken during last year's trips, which can be shared further to friends.

Each user who generates a video is eligible to win a prize, based on Flying Blue membership:

- Not members Flying Blue who installed the Facebook app, had eligible check-ins in 2013 (outside their country of residence) and generated a video, will be able to receive the 2000 Mile bonus. Those who share it with their friends on Facebook will receive a bonus of 500 Mile.
- Non Flying Blue members who have installed the Facebook app but have not had any Facebook check-ins in 2013 can win 500 by Mile Bonus.

In both cases, the condition is to join the Flying Blue program until 31 in August and to book at least one flight operated by AIR FRANCE, KLM or Tarom by the end of 2014.

- Members Flying Blue who installed the Facebook app, had eligible check-ins in 2013 (outside their country of residence) and generated a video will be eligible to receive a EUR 50 voucher for cross-continental flights.

The application was made by the digital agency CarnationGroup - part of POSSIBLE.

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