Regular customers of the Isle of Man-based airline EuroManx are to be rewarded by the company’s new frequent flyer program, EuroClub.
Open to passengers regularly flying with EuroManx between the Isle of Man and London, Belfast, Liverpool and Manchester, the EuroClub program is based on an Olympic theme of Gold, Silver and Bronze.
Gold membership, which costs #499 per year, includes one free return flight for every 12th return flight traveled; access to EuroManx lounges in Manchester and Liverpool airports; and free drinks on flights to London City Airport and Manchester.
Other benefits are email or text alerts for special flight offers; credit card facilities arranged in the form of an account; and a systems profile established to make booking easier.
Silver membership costs #249 per annum and offers one free return flight for every 24th return flight traveled, along with all the perks of Gold membership except access to lounges.
Bronze membership is free and offers a complimentary flight for every 38 return flights traveled, together with email and text alerts.
People entering the EuroManx club are also automatically entered into a prize draw where they could win trips including a private flight to Malaga with five friends. In addition, the first 100 people to sign up for the Gold and Silver levels will receive significant discounts.
EuroManx chief executive John Seymour said the club would set the airline apart from competitors.
“We have competition on all our routes from the Isle of Man, yet our passengers have been loyal and this is our reward to them,” he said.