Air France and KLM offering double Flying Blue miles and XP credits

Jul 13, 2020

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Air France/KLM have launched a new promotion to encourage travellers to get back in the air – they will receive double Flying Blue miles and double Experience Points (XP/UXP) on all Air France and KLM marketed flights between 13 July and 31 December 2020.

Related: The Ultimate Guide to Flying Blue for UK Flyers

This promotion is available to all Flying Blue members, regardless of their status level. It also applies to all flights taken during the July to December period, even if they were booked before the promotion was launched. ‘Marketed by’ means the flights do not need to be operated by Air France or KLM, provided they are sold by either airline with either an ‘AF’ or ‘KLM’ flight number. For example, if you search for flights operated by Virgin Atlantic, they may also be sold by Air France or KLM as a codeshare arrangement. If you were to book the Virgin flight through Air France with an Air France flight number, it would be eligible for this promotion.

Both airlines have a strong U.K. route network connecting to their global hubs in Amsterdam Schipol (AMS) and Paris Charles De Gaulle (CDG). KLM especially focuses on operating to regional U.K. airport allowing passengers to connect through Amsterdam rather than navigate the multi-terminal transfer at London Heathrow.

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