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Jumeirah Partners With Air China

Dubai based luxury hospitality group, Jumeirah, has announced it has officially partnered with Air China and its Phoenix Miles loyalty program.  Jumeirah is a member of Dubai Holding.  The number of Chinese guests staying at Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts in Dubai has increased substantially since the Chinese government granted the United Arab Emirates Approved Destination Status.  The Frequent Flyer Partner Agreement between Jumeirah Group and Air China will give members a chance to experience premium services in high end luxury hotels, and enjoy an extraordinary travel experience while accruing awards.

All Phoenix Miles members who stay at Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts in New York, Dubai, and London, can earn miles. Air China serves all of these destinations.  Phoenix Miles members spending $1 USD with Jumeirah earn $1 USD with Phoenix Miles. Members staying in Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts for 15 or more room nights within one year automatically receive 15,000 miles.
 

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