Flying dots

After exactly 10 years since the implementation of the “A flight more” frequent flyer programme, Jat Airways has decided to end it, instead replacing it with the new “Flying Dots”, appropriate due to the airline’s livery. With the full name being the Loyal Passenger’s Club – Flying Dots, neither the number of conducted flights, nor the mileage flown will no longer be the decisive factor towards receiving a free ticket. Under new regulations, Club members will earn points for each flight flown with the Serbian national carrier. The amount of earned points will depend on the ticket price, on board seat class and destination. Each new Club member will have a personal code enabling insight into their accumulated points. After a certain amount of points are accumulated passengers have the possibility to fly for free, reduce their ticket price or they may transfer points to a family member, colleague or friend. The new frequent flyer programme begins on December 3, 2008 and passengers may become a member by registering via the airline’s official website.

Adria Airways and Croatian Airlines use Lufthansa’s “Miles&More” frequent flyer programme while Montenegro Airlines has its own “Vision Team” programme. B&H Airlines and MAT do not have any frequent flyer programme available to passengers.