Hertz Offers Rental Benefits to Kuwait Airways Frequent Fliers

The Hertz Corp. has entered into a new partnership with Kuwait Airways to provide special rewards to members of the airline's frequent flier program, Oasis Club.

As a result of the agreement, Oasis Club members can take advantage of best available rates on car rentals at Hertz locations across the airline's international network of 34 destinations — and beyond at any of the 8,800 Hertz locations worldwide — while earning 500 Oasis Club Miles for each rental.

This doubles up to 1,000 Oasis Club Miles for those renting cars from the Hertz Prestige Collection, which includes luxury brands like Mercedes, BMW and Porsche.

Michel Taride, group president of Hertz International, said: "As with all the Gulf States on the Arabian peninsula, Kuwait is a rapidly growing source market for outbound travel, particularly to European and U.S. destinations, where Hertz is a market leader in car rental and where Kuwait Airways regularly fly. We look forward to providing Oasis Club members with many attractive car rental promotions, Oasis Club miles and great travel service around the world."

Khalid Al Harbi, Kuwait Airways Oasis Club manager, added: "Hertz is a worldwide leader in car rental, and we are pleased to be entering into a partnership that will ensure our most loyal customers receive the best ground-travel service once arriving at their destinations. We are always looking to provide a more rewarding experience for our Oasis Club members by delivering greater benefits and providing preferential treatment throughout their travels. ..."

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