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Sixt and Air Mauritius launch international partnership

Posted 8 April 2013 · Add Comment

Sixt and Air Mauritius, the national carrier of Mauritius have launched a comprehensive partnership.

Through their international cooperation, both companies are making it possible for their customers to gain access to additional benefits for car and air travel in the form of bonus miles and savings. Kestrelflyer members can benefit from this cooperation at any location on the Sixt network.

Members of Kestrelflyer, Air Mauritius’ frequent flyer program, will receive 1,000 bonus miles every time they rent from Sixt. They’ll receive 2,000 bonus miles every time they rent from the exclusive Sixt Limousine Service, which can be exchanged for appealing rewards.

Additionally, members of Kestrelflyer can take advantage of special conditions at Sixt depending on their card status. Kestrelflyer Red and Silver will receive up to 10% off every rental from Sixt rent a car. Kestrelflyer Gold cardholders will receive up to 15% off and a free upgrade to the next class of vehicle, depending on availability.

Regine Sixt: “I am very pleased about the international partnership with Air Mauritius. The carrier is amongst the leading airlines to serve destinations in the Indian Ocean and offers its guests exclusive services. That makes Air Mauritius the ideal partner for Sixt. Our employees at the airline’s destinations are already looking forward to the passengers.”

Air Mauritius CEO, Andre Viljeon added; “We are looking forward to create more value for our customers by offering them a broader range of services. Sixt provides us with another opportunity to develop our services taking us another step closer to offering a whole travel experience instead of just a flight.’
 

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