Sixt Car Rental Partners with Singapore Airlines

Sixt Rent A Car announced a partnership with Singapore Airlines’ frequent flyer program, KrisFlyer, on March 19.

Under the mileage crediting agreement, KrisFlyer members can earn a minimum of 500 miles with every Sixt car rental worldwide. Members can also earn 100 miles when they use Sixt’s chauffeur service.

“Singapore Airlines is a worldwide well-known top brand and an ideal partner for the international Sixt family,” said Regine Sixt, Senior Executive VP of Marketing. “We are very excited to be able to offer Singapore Airlines passengers our matching top-of-the-line products and services and making their travels even more comfortable and flexible on the ground.”


Related news: Sixt Reports Rental Revenue Increase in 2012

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