Partners with Airlines Loyalty Program

Rentalcars Connect, a division of, has partnered with Etihad Guest, the loyalty program for Etihad Airways, Air Serbia, Air Seychelles, and Etihad Regional.

This new partnership means that Etihad Guest members will now earn miles every time they book a car with Members can be rewarded a higher number of miles depending on their membership tier level and how much they spend on their rental.

Additionally, holders of Etihad Guest co-branded credit cards will also be awarded 15% bonus miles on each booking, according to the company.

"Our objective is to provide our members with fresh new offerings from quality providers,” said Yasser Al Yousef, managing director of Etihad Guest. “Rentalcars Connect is the perfect fit for our members who will benefit from attractive mileage rewards as well as an efficient car rental service. We strive for ever closer engagement with our membership and to partner with brands whose benefits complement our members' lifestyles."

"We are delighted to offer our customer-loyalty-driven platform to Etihad Guest, which has been recognized as one of the best loyalty programs in the world,” said Ady Guthrie, global director of Rentalcars Connect. “We already partner with more than 70 airlines, and now look forward to providing members of Etihad Guest with easy and enjoyable rental experiences."

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