Members of Radisson Hotel Group’s loyalty programme, Radisson Rewards, can now use their points to redeem flights with airlines under the Fortune Wings Club frequent-flyer programme, following a loyalty tie-up between the hotel group and Hainan Airlines.
Under the partnership, members of Radisson Rewards can convert their points to Fortune Wings points at a rate of 10:1, with the minimum redemption being 2,000 Radisson Rewards points for 200 Fortune Wings points.
This also provides a useful way for Fortune Wings Club members to rack up a few extra points through stays at Radisson Hotel Group’s properties, which can now be redeemed on free room nights and gift cards as well as flights.
Fortune Wings Club is the loyalty programme of carriers under the HNA Group, notably Hainan Airlines, Hong Kong Airlines, Tianjin Airlines, Capital Airlines, Grand China Air, Lucky Air, Suparna Airlines, GX Airlines, Fuzhou Airlines, and Urumqi Air.
HNA Group is also a majority owner of Radisson Hotel Group.
“As a member of HNA’s family of brands, Radisson Hotel Group joins an extensive global network of like-minded companies, and brings its products and services to key feeder markets like China,” said Eric De Neef, executive vice president and global chief commercial officer for Radisson Hotel Group.
“We are delighted to offer our loyal guests the chance to experience the five-star service of Hainan Airlines and its sister carriers through this rewarding new partnership.”
Radisson Rewards underwent an overhaul in May this year, when it was rebranded from the previous Club Carlson programme to coincide with the rebranding of Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group to Radisson Hotel Group.