Flying to the USA? Enjoy 50% bonus HighFlyer points!
Let your business savings take flight when your employees fly to New York City, San Francisco or Los Angeles with Singapore Airlines. Get there even faster, when they travel on our non-stop services from Singapore.
Book now, for travel between January – March 2019, and
enjoy 50% bonus HighFlyer points
for Premium Economy Class tickets purchased.
How does my company qualify?
Register with Singapore Airlines new HighFlyer Program. Book your company’s travel between Perth to New York City, San Francisco or Los Angeles, in Premium Economy Class between January – March 2019, through your HighFlyer online portal to earn the bonus points.
What is the HighFlyer Program?
The introduction of the HighFlyer program now allows small to medium-sized businesses to earn points for their business travel and save on fares. Unveiled in July 2017, the HighFlyer Program is for companies with up to 30 travelling employees, and rewards your business for flying with Singapore Airlines and SilkAir in the form of HighFlyer points, which can then be redeemed for airfares.
How it works
Your business earns HighFlyer points while your travelling employees continue to earn KrisFlyer miles whenever they fly on eligible Singapore Airlines and SilkAir flights. Once you register for the HighFlyer program, use the online portal to also register your employees – just make sure that all travelling employees are registered as KrisFlyer members.
Remember, there are no joining fees, ongoing fees or minimum spend requirements to join the HighFlyer program, so even if your travel spend on Singapore Airlines is not high, it’s still worth signing up.
Earning HighFlyer points
The HighFlyer points scheme is simple – your business earns 5 HighFlyer points for every Singapore $1 spent on eligible fares. Once the points are accrued, you can then use them to book flights either in full, or with partial points-and-cash payments. When redeeming your HighFlyer points they convert to SGD$0.01 for each point, which can then be used to book eligible airfares.
For example, a Melbourne-London return flight in Business Class (Standard fare type) is AUD$7,694. This earns your business 40,394 HighFlyer points, which you could then use to credit SGD$403.94 towards your next eligible flight.
Spending HighFlyer points
Your HighFlyer points are valid for 3 years, and can be redeemed for bookings made online, via Singapore Airlines’ contact centre, ticket offices or their appointed travel agents. Additionally, HighFlyer points can be used to pay for all components of a ticket including taxes and Preferred Seat Selection purchases.
Because you can combine the points with cash payments, you don’t have to wait until you’ve accrued enough points for a whole airfare:
Which airfares earn HighFlyer points?
HighFlyer points can only be earned on Singapore Airlines and SilkAir operated flights issued on Singapore Airlines or SilkAir tickets, excluding Singapore Airlines and SilkAir codeshare flights operated by other airlines. To ensure that you start accruing miles via your HighFlyer Account you must book via the Corporate Booking Platform or through your preferred Travel Management Company or Travel Agent – you’ll need to give Singapore Airlines the name of your booking agent along with their contact details so that they can coordinate your HighFlyer tracking details.
Manage your travellers
With the HighFlyer program, your business travel spend with Singapore Airlines and SilkAir is consolidated into a single online dashboard. You can easily add more travellers through the dashboard, get an overview of your spend, manage multiple bookings easily.
A great way to save and be rewarded
With no fees to join or minimum spend required, Singapore Airline's HighFlyer Program is perfect for SMEs looking to get more value out of their travel budget. With a simple points earning scheme that rewards you with real savings, as well as streamlining management of your travellers, the HighFlyer program will get you flying quicker.
Join the HighFlyer program here.