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Z customers can still earn Airpoints or Fly Buys

01 September 2016


Z customers continue to have choice to earn Airpoints or Fly Buys

Customers fuelling up at Z continue to have the choice of two of the country’s most popular loyalty programmes, Air New Zealand Airpoints and Fly Buys.

Air New Zealand and Loyalty New Zealand today announced the airline and Fly Buys would be parting ways with Airpoints no longer being earned through Fly Buys from October 17.

Z’s General Manager of Marketing, Jane Anthony, said customers will be able to choose whether they’d like to collect Fly Buys points or Airpoints Dollars, by swiping the appropriate card.

“Providing choice for customers is at the heart of our loyalty offer and I reckon that by continuing to offer both Airpoints Dollars through Airpoints cards and Fly Buys rewards customers have the best of both worlds when they head to Z,” she said.
Business customers will also still be able to choose to earn Fly Buys or Airpoints Dollars when they use their Z Card.

“We look forward to customers choosing the rewards scheme that best suits their lifestyle and tastes when they visit Z,” Jane said.

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