For the first time, the travel rewards scheme, Airmiles has brought in all-inclusive prices that will cover fees, charges and taxes. This would surely ease out the process for travellers to check out their travel fares.
That means that travellers will no longer need to pay any additional amount on top when they redeem Airmiles for flights with the UK based carrier, British Airways and other scheduled service providers.
The changes were made after receiving feedback from a large number of Airmiles clients that this was what they would like to see the most. It was also discovered that a number of clients think that the airline loyalty schemes are very confusing, and this action will be of a great help.
Andrew Swaffield, Airmiles managing director, said, "Travelling with Airmiles is now simpler and even better value. Our customers told us they wanted genuinely free flights for everyday spending and with our new all-inclusive fares there are no more taxes, fees and charges on top".
In addition to this, Airmiles has introduced a new map to its website that splits the globe into 7 concentric geographical zones, and shows the exact number of Airmiles customers have to collect in order to make a journey to different destinations.
For example, passengers who collect 3,040 Airmiles in a year will be able to get one adult standard return flight with British Airways in Zone 3, to destinations such as Dubrovnik or Athens.