Greater rewards for Marco Polo Club members
Cathay Pacific continues to improve the offerings of its loyalty programme – the Marco Polo Club – in response to members’ feedback. Effective 8 December 2017, all Marco Polo Club members will earn more club points on Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon flights across all distance zones in selected fare classes.
In addition, the annual requirement for Green members will be reduced from 100 to 20 club points. With these enhancements, all members will find it easier to reach their status and continue to enjoy exclusive benefits that enrich their travel experience.
More club points to all destinations
Members travelling short or ultra-short haul to popular destinations such as Taipei, Shanghai, Japan and India with Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon will earn an additional 5 to 10 club points per sector across most fare classes in all cabins. While flights to Europe and the Americas will carry an additional 10 to 15 more club points in Economy and Premium Economy. In addition, 5 to 20 extra club points will be awarded to some discounted and promotional fares on almost all routes.
Complementing the increase in club points to all destinations, the threshold to maintain Green membership will be reduced, allowing our members to enjoy exclusive club benefits such as priority check-in and boarding, lounge access redemption amongst other privileges.
Cathay Pacific Head of Customer Loyalty Elaine Lee said, “We continue to improve our offerings to ensure the Marco Polo Club evolves to meet our members’ travel needs. The new club points will better reward our members so that their travel experience is enhanced and their loyalty recognized.”
Cathay Pacific Regional Sales & Marketing Manager – South Asia, Rajesh Menon said, “The Marco Polo Club remains committed to our core philosophy – to offer a premium travel experience and personal recognition to our valued members. We have made these changes based on recent feedback and to ensure that the club evolves in a way that reflects our members’ travel needs in a changing environment, particularly for regional travel within Asia which members are flying more frequently. We are confident that these changes will be well received as our Marco Polo Club members are better rewarded for their travels.”