Hawaiian, Korean airlines merge flyer program

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  1. stpat1
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    Hawaiian, Korean Air expand alliance
    Hawaiian Airlines and Korean Air have expanded their marketing partnership with a new program that allows each carrier’s frequent flier members to earn and redeem mileage credits on either carrier.
    Under the new program, members of Hawaiian’s HawaiianMiles and Korean Air’s SKYPASS programs are now able to earn frequent flier miles on all qualified flights operated by each carrier by providing their frequent flier number at the time of booking or when checking in for their flight.

    http://www.staradvertiser.com/business/businessbriefs/20110324_Business_Briefs.html
     
  2. Wandering Aramean
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    I saw the release this morning and I'm still annoyed at the headline writers. They have not merged ANYTHING.

    They've got earning reciprocity and some status benefits, too. But neither SKYPASS nor HawaiianMiles are going away or merging into anything.
     

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