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Lufthansa Benefit for companies – at all times

Austrian, Lufthansa and SWISS Benefits for companies – at all times

Do you fly to business meetings and keep an eye open for additional benefits from Austrain, Lufthansa and SWISS? Then you should get to know PartnerPlusBenefit right now.

The free and powerful Lufthansa corporate bonus programme offers small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) unprecedented opportunities to save on travel costs for business trips and motivate employees. With free flights, upgrades and vouchers for excess baggage, for example.

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Background information on the topic

Fly more, get more benefits

Corporate bonus programmes are an important instrument for optimising companies' travel costs.1When selecting the right programme, the most important aspects are the benefits in terms of status, comfort and savings. PartnerPlusBenefit offers these advantages to small and medium-sized enterprises ¬with free flights, upgrades and attractive awards, for example.In this manner, companies can also use Austrian, Lufthansa and SWISS Benefits to motivate employees by making business trips even more enjoyable – at no additional cost.

Plan business trips more flexibly – use Austrian, Lufthansa and SWISS Benefits

PartnerPlusBenefit offers companies numerous other advantages. Because in addition to monetary and motivational advantages, the association with Benefit Partner Airlines makes travel planning especially flexible.

As part of the corporate bonus programme, companies can access the extensive network of selected Star Alliance Partner Airlines as well as non-Star Alliance members- while enjoying the luxury of exceptionally individual planning and simultaneously earning BenefitPoints. The strategic cooperation of the Partner Airlines allows the corporate programme to award points on more global routes than any other programme.2

The Star Alliance network was established in 1997 and currently hosts 28 airlines.  Of these, seven airlines are part of the BenefitPartner Airlines in Germany.

The programme includes: access to lounges

An additional Austrian, Lufthansa and SWISS Benefit of the Partner Airlines is available to frequent flyers in the form of common lounges, which they can enjoy while travelling. Thus, passengers can enjoy - depending on traffic and travel class - access to many different Lufthansa lounges in Frankfurt and Munich, for example, or the largest Lufthansa lounge outside of Germany, the new "Terminal 2 | The Queen’s Terminal" in London Heathrow. In Vienna, the "Austrian Star Alliance Terminal" provides additional comfort. Overall, the Star Alliance network places over 1,000 lounges at its passengers' disposal.3

Awards that speak for themselves

The advantages of PartnerPlusBenefit go far beyond the excellent on-board and ground product. The shopping partners give companies many more opportunities to redeem earned BenefitPoints.

In the SWISS Shop, for example, companies can select a wide variety of items from many different categories. The BenefitMagazineKiosk offers subscriptions to a selection of more than 38 different German magazines and newspapers. This allows the corporate bonus programme to offer numerous incentive opportunities to employees.

Earn additional Miles & More miles

In addition to the corporate BenefitPoints, employees who are participants in the Miles & More programme will continue to earn personal miles on their individual Miles & More accounts. This allows employees to further benefit from an individual Austrian, Lufthansa and SWISS Benefit which can be redeemed with over 300 cooperation partners.

Advantageous for all

And last but not least, the Lufthansa corporate bonus programme is free of charge for companies and is not subject to a minimum number of flights.

The many Austrian, Lufthansa and SWISS Benefits have made it possible for PartnerPlusBenefit to now include many more participants than any other airline corporate bonus programme.4


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