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Air Miles, also known as Trans World Aviation Inc. is a charter broker that was established in December 2001, organizing charter flights to and from Greece. Initially flight operations were carried out under the air operators certificate of Islandsflug.
Air Miles is the name of separately operated loyalty programs in Canada, the Netherlands and the Middle East. Points are earned on purchases at participating merchants and can be redeemed against flights with specific airlines. The scheme was also operated in the United Kingdom and Spain until it was combined and rebranded as Avios in November 2011.
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Scoring Points (2007)
How Tesco Continues to Win Customer Loyalty by Clive Humby, Terry Hunt, Tim Phillips
Air Miles is an independently branded scheme, with countless companies over the years actively using the currency for acquisition and retention promotions. Today the most prominent example in the UK is Nectar, the latest creation of Air ...
Partnership Marketing (2010)
How to Grow Your Business and Transform Your Brand Through Smart Collaboration by Ron Kunitzky
AIR MILES is a reward program that offers its members the opportunity to earn points ('reward miles') from the purchase of everyday products and then to redeem those reward miles for valuable merchandise. As the largest reward program in ...
by Richard E. Saunier, Richard Albert Meganck
Green air miles allowance – A 2007 proposal by the British government to allow any individual to fly a predetermined number of flights/distance without paying a tax, but beyond which a carbon air tax would be imposed. Also known as the 'pay ...
by Verité Reily Collins
air miles (n) 1. loyalty points earned by passengers when travelling on certain airlines, and also in exchange for buying some goods. Air miles ...
by S. Medlik
air hostess See flight attendant air mile See mile Air Miles A promotional scheme operated by British Airways of awarding points when purchasing certain goods and services which may be ...
Encyclopedia [containing] illustrations, descriptions and prices of ... well sinking ... pumping, irrigating and hoisting machinery ... Chapman's air water lifting systems, gasoline, gas and steam engines, boilers, etc. ... (1900)
by American Well Works (Aurora, Ill.)
or from springs, lakes or rivers, and conveyed to railway tanks, for city water supplies, irrigating, etc , operated by compressed air miles from the engine economically. in water ...
by Peter Childs, Michael Storry
Air Miles can be inherited and have been included in divorce settlements. Professor Steve Worthington, an expert on loyalty schemes at Staffordshire University, has suggested that 'with all the different ways of collecting and spending, Air ...
by Dean A. Stahl, Karen Landen
Agency nampg nautical air miles per gallon NAMPOW Vietnam Prisoners of War (organization) namppf nautical air miles per pound of fuel NAMPS National Association of Marine Products and Services NAMS National Air Monitoring System ...
Encyclopedia of Terrorism (2012)
by Peter Chalk
An extremely distressed Israeli cabinet initially rejected any hope of mounting a military rescue operation, largely due to the enormous distances involved— 2,000 air miles one way. In addition, the government faced added pressure from ...
by Allan Beaver
Air Miles From launch in 1988 until October 2000 was the name of the British Airways frequent flyer incentive scheme and also the brand name of British Airways promotion scheme whereby traders, mainly not in the travel industry, offer Air ...
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