Showing posts with label Oman Air Sindbad. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Oman Air Sindbad. Show all posts

Monday, June 20, 2022

45,000 point offer on the Scotia Gold American Express ending early, Oman Air will join the oneworld Alliance & Novotel Hotels celebrates the LIGHTYEAR Movie

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We have been advised that the current welcome bonus offer on the Scotiabank Gold American Express card will now end on June 29 instead of July 4. The offer provides a bonus of up to 45,000 Scene+ points. At this point in time we have not yet been told what the new offer will be as of June 30. However with the revamp of the Platinum Card and the Red Amex cards from Scotia happening in June we feel there will be a focus on those card rather than the Gold so if I was to guess I would say the offer on the Gold will either remain the same or be lowered. But remember that's just a guess on my part. Click here to learn more about Scotiagold American Express Card offer.

Tuesday, December 14, 2021

Aeroplan adds two new airline partners: Oman Air & Air Mauritius

All the fingers on two hands will now be officially folded open when counting how many airline partners Air Canada's Aeroplan has added since June of 2020. As of today, numbers nine and ten which are Oman Air and Air Mauritius both become official partners of the Aeroplan program. We knew two were coming from the Chase Aeroplan reveal event earlier this month but at that time we only learned of one, Oman Air. Now we know the second is Air Mauritius.

Thursday, December 2, 2021

Aeroplan adding Oman Air as its newest airline partner

During yesterday's event that Air Canada and Chase held to reveal their new U.S. co-brand card Air Canada also announced that two new airlines will be joining Aeroplan as partner airlines. Only one of those was revealed during the event and that airline is Oman Air. The airline becomes the 44th airline partner (45th if you separate Rouge from Air Canada as debated by Air Canada's Mark Nasr) and is the 10th new airline partnership added in the past 18 months or so.