FLYBUYS TRAVEL TAKES FLIGHT

Written on the 6 April 2016 by Brisbane Business News

FLYBUYS TRAVEL TAKES FLIGHT CORPORATE Travel Management (ASX: CTD) has teamed up with flybuys, launching a one-stop travel booking platform. 

The flybuys travel website offers competitive prices, exclusive deals and bonus flybuys points on airfares, hotel and care hire options with no flybuys booking fees.

Members can make the most of their flybuys membership with the ability to collect points for every booking or redeem points already collected to travel for less.

Customers who book through flybuys travel can also earn additional points through their frequent flyer programs and rewards credit cards used to make the booking.

Over two-thirds of Australian households are actively using flybuys at present, which is owned by Perth headquartered Wesfarmers (ASX: WES), while Brisbane-based CTM services clients across 82 cities in 53 countries globally.

CTM managing director Jamie Pherous says the technology will make booking travel quick, easy and rewarding.

"The partnership between CTM and flybuys travel will make collecting and redeeming points for travel in Australia and overseas a simple and rewarding experience," says Pherous.

"We are also tremendously excited to be able to offer members access to special travel deals and make it easy for customers to redeem rewards on the flybuys travel site."




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