Hertz Partners with Turkish Airlines to Offer Benefits to Members

The Hertz Corp. entered into a partnership with Turkish Airlines to provide members of the carrier’s Miles&Smiles frequent flyer program with preferential rates on car rentals worldwide and bonus miles with every booking.

The three-year agreement will allow Miles&Smiles members around the world to take advantage of the best available rates on Hertz car rentals while earning 500 Bonus Miles for each booking.  

This offer applies to reservations made through www.hertz.com or www.turkishairlines.com/en-int/. Bookings through the Hertz website will also have access to a range of special discounts and miles-based promotions during the year according to their membership tier.

“We are delighted to have entered into a new partnership with Turkish Airlines, and see this as an opportunity to build a lasting working relationship based on a strong forward-looking vision,” said Hertz International President and Hertz Corp. Executive Vice President Michel Taride. “We share a commitment to ensuring that our customers benefit from the latest innovations, developments and enhancements in travel service, comfort and ease of access. We look forward to providing Miles&Smiles members with many attractive car rental offers, and great service around the world.”

 

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