SIA launches new HighFlyer programme helps SMEs get more out of their business flights

Singapore Airlines (SIA) has launched an all-new SIA HighFlyer programme for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) to get more mileage out of flights on company business.

The new corporate travel programme is designed to reward both corporates and employees when they fly with SIA and SilkAir, according to a press release. 

With every S$1 spend on tickets booked through SIA’s corporate booking platform or an appointed travel agent, corporates earn five HighFlyer points.

At the same time, employees can continue to earn KrisFlyer miles with each travel. There will be no minimum annual travel spend required. 

Photo courtesy: Singapore Airlines
Photo courtesy: Singapore Airlines

Businesses have the flexibility of choosing how and when to utilise HighFlyer points earned. They can use the points to offset future ticket purchases partially or in full for flights on SIA or SilkAir to more than 100 destinations across 30 countries.

Through a self-service web portal, corporates can check HighFlyer points balance, utilise HighFlyer points, manage travellers and bookings, and download e-statements.

“The SIA HighFlyer programme highlights SIA’s commitment to constantly enhance the benefits for our corporate clients and business travellers,” said SIA Senior Vice President Sales and Marketing, Campbell Wilson. 

Corporates that reach a stipulated annual spend will have the choice of transferring to the Singapore Airlines Corporate Travel Programme - a corporate programme for large businesses to enjoy corporate fares and additional benefits.

For more information about the Singapore Airlines HighFlyer programme, please visit: singaporeair.com/highflyer

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Kareyst Lin
Kareyst Lin – Senior Writer

Kareyst has experience in writing about B2B technology for Computerworld Singapore, MIS Asia and CIO Asia; and on government technology for GCIO Asia. Her pet areas are artificial intelligence, Internet of Things and smart cities - these are fueled by her obsession with sci-fi movies and philosophy of mind. 

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