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KOREAN AIR LAUNCHES FRE­QUENT FLYER PRO­GRAM FOR PETS

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For the pooch who logs miles for work, or the kitty who has a va­ca­tion home it needs to visit of­ten, Korean Air has launched the fre­quent flyer pro­gram just for them.

The air­line an­nounced its SKYPETS pro­gram, which re­wards pets that fly fre­quently with op­por­tu­ni­ties to ei­ther fly for 50 per­cent off or com­pletely free.

Your pet earns one stamp for ev­ery do­mes­tic flight within Korea and two for ev­ery In­ter­na­tional trip. Af­ter six stamps, you get half off the an­i­mal fees on a do­mes­tic trip; an In­ter­na­tional trip will man­date 12 stamps. There is also an op­tion to get a free ticket for your pet. Sim­ply save up your stamps and re­deem 12 of them for a do­mes­tic flight and 24 for an In­ter­na­tional ex­cur­sion.

Get­ting a stamp is as easy as fly­ing Korean Air, but stamps are only good for three years, so your pet will need to be a pro­lific flyer. The small ones can en­joy the cabin while big­ger pals will need to hang out in the hold.

Korean Air is in good com­pany when it comes to re­ward­ing own­ers. JetBlue has its JetPaws pro­gram, which of­fers 300 TrueBlue points for each flight to trav­el­ers fly­ing with pets. Vir­gin At­lantic also con­tin­ues its Fly­ing Paws pro­gram, re­ward­ing its Fly­ing Club Mem­bers trav­el­ing with pets ex­tra miles to var­i­ous des­ti­na­tions.

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