Each traveling employee of companies registered with the program would earn miles with the airlines’ frequent flyer program, Etihad Guest. Travelers will earn Etihad Guest miles for themselves and in addition, their company will get a percentage of those miles as a bonus.
This is a timely launch in Indonesia where an improved economy boosted business travel by 54 percent during the first half of 2012.
Photo Credit: Etihad's Pearl Business Class offers flat beds and Internet access. Gert Mewes / Flickr.com
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