Australia’s Rex unveils loyalty programme

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AAV_Bulletin_NEWSAustralian regional carrier Rex has unveiled details of the airline’s loyalty programme for frequent flyers. Passengers can now register for Rex Flyer and immediately begin earning Rex Flyer points and status points across both Rex’s domestic and regional networks.

They will immediately receive 5,000 Rex points as a sign-on bonus if they sign up before 2 January 2024. All members will see their reward points doubled for bookings made by 02 January 2024, regardless of the date of travel.

Rex passengers can earn up to 7 points for every dollar spent every time they fly and up to five points for each dollar spent on selected Rex Extras such as additional baggage and seat selection.

From mid-November Rex Flyer members will be able to use their points to redeem flights with three flight reward options – Anytime, Getaway and Ultimate. The Anytime redemption option allows members to redeem at last-seat-available basis and provides the highest flexibility of all frequent flyer programs available in Australia.

Three Tier Status levels – Sapphire, Emerald and Diamond – will be accorded to members who have accumulated the relevant number of status points and qualifying members will be able to enjoy the Tier Status benefits from early 2024.

A unique component of the Rex Flyer program will see all unsold seats available at the cheapest reward redemption rate (Ultimate) progressively from 48 hours before a scheduled departure.

“The programme, with its superior benefits means we can at last reward our passengers for the loyalty they have shown us over many years as we have fought hard – often against almost impossible odds – to provide them with safe, affordable and reliable air services,” Rex Deputy Chairman John Sharp said.

The staggered rollout of Rex Flyer will also be accompanied by new airport lounges planned for Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane with construction commencing imminently.

Rex is Australia’s largest independent regional and domestic airline operating a fleet of 58 Saab 340 and 9 Boeing 737-800NG aircraft to 57 destinations throughout all states in Australia. In addition to the airline Rex, the Rex Group comprises wholly owned subsidiaries Pel-Air Aviation (air freight, aeromedical and charter operator), the Australian Airline Pilot Academy with campuses in Wagga Wagga and Ballarat, and propeller maintenance organisation, Australian Aerospace Propeller Maintenance. Rex is also a 50% shareholder of National Jet Express (NJE), a premier Fly-In-Fly-Out (FIFO), charter and freight operator.

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