BP to become a frequent flyer

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BP to become a frequent flyer

In an Australian-first partnership, an award-winning airline loyalty program has entered into a direct partnership with one of Australia’s largest fuel retailers.

BP and Virgin Australia’s Velocity Frequent Flyer program have signed a multi-year partnership.  Closing a gap in the market, members will be able to earn frequent flyer points on fuel and retail spend at BP by swiping their Velocity card in store.

Commencing in early 2015, BP will also launch a mechanism so customers can participate in store.

Find out more at ETB Travel news.

Qantas' new flying feast

Qantas' new inflight dining offering for international Economy passengers started rolling out earlier this week.

Featuring a wider choice of meals, 50 per cent larger servings and faster service, passengers are now able to pre-order their meal online. A new standard for the five million Economy customers travelling across the airline’s international network each year, there will now be four meal options, with new categories including a healthy option, comfort food and a meal inspired by the specific route itself.

Self-serve grazing options have also been improved with choices such as pulled beef sliders, Weis ice-cream bars, Malteasers and fresh fruit.

Find out more at Traveller.


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    29th Nov 2014
    I am glad there is some competition fuel-wise
    29th Nov 2014
    BP? I hardly ever see a BP these days so maybe the deal, which looks good on paper, may be a lemon. We'll see I guess.

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