Air Transat brings back Star Rewards agent incentive

Monday, 21 Mar, 2022 0

Canada’s Air Transat has relaunched its Star Rewards agent incentive programme.

The incentive enables travel agents to receive cash rewards for every passenger booked by 14 April, 2022 on an Air Transat flight from the UK.

Agents who book Eco Standard tickets will receive a £10 shopping voucher, and those who book Eco Flex or Club Class fares receive a £20 shopping voucher for each passenger booked.

Agents can use the vouchers from the Star Rewards on thousands of gifts and experiences.

These range from weekend breaks and luxury hotel stays, to gadgets and beauty products, and vouchers for high street stores.

Star Rewards incentives are available for bookings made by travel agents on Air Transat’s flights from London Gatwick to Toronto, Montreal and Quebec City, and from Manchester and Glasgow to Toronto, along with onward services to Calgary and Vancouver.

Sonia Kurek, Commercial Director, UK and Ireland, at Air Transat, said: “We are excited to again be able to offer UK travel agents the popular Star Rewards programme.

“The travel trade are highly valued partners for Air Transat. We plan to roll out further trade promotions throughout 2022.”



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Learn more about :   Air Transat ( N. America )     Air Transat ( United Kingdom )  

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