Jazeera Airways has launched its first frequent flyer program. Called Jazeerati, the program rewards frequent flyers with a free one-way flight for every 10 flights flown with the airline within one year. “The Jazeerati program is simple, easy and gimmick-free” said Stefan Pichler, Jazeera Airways CEO. The program is for households, not just individuals, and applies to family members–husband, wife and children from the age of two to 21 years. Jazeerati members simply keep their boarding passes until they have 10 and then can turn them in at any Jazeera Airways office for a free one-way flight, or wait until they have 20 boarding passes within one year for a roundtrip flight. The boarding passes must all be from the same class of service to redeem for an award in the same class of service. Once redeemed, the free flight will be available for up to one year and can be used towards any Jazeera Airways destination at any time of the year, even in high season, by the person who redeemed for the flight. Visit http://www.jazeeraairways.com to learn more and to join the free program.