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Frequent Flyer Programs for Business Travel

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Question:

What frequent flyer programs are good for business travelers? Are you a part of any frequent flyer programs? Do you know of any that are
catered specifically for business travelers?

Rory’s response:

As for frequent flier programs, every airline has them and it helps because when you join you get to accumulate the miles for yourself not for work. So the perks (cheap or free flights, hotels etc…) are for you to use whenever you build up enough.

I know plenty of people who stick to only one airline and hotel because together they can build up miles quickly through work travel which gets them to free tickets for personal travel pretty quickly. A friend flew herself and mother to Hawaii on frequent flier miles alone.

Joining is simple on each major airline’s website. They usually have silly clubs for high rollers too… cant say that itravel enough to get into that but if you can or know someone who can get you in its nice because they all have wifi, bars and first clamm amenities.

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