Etihad Double & Triple Guest Miles On A380 BOM-AUH May 1 – 31, 2016

Etihad Airways is flying A380 on certain flights between Abu Dhabi – Mumbai and are no offering bonus miles.

Etihad Airways Etihad Guest Double & Triple Bonus Miles AUH-BOM May 1 - 31 2016

You can earn double Guest miles in economy or triple miles for taking the flight in business or first class between May 1 – 31, 2016.

You can access this offer on Etihad’s website here.

Note that the terms state that you must be registering using some link on the email. I am not sure what registration process they may have for this specific promo.

Conclusion

I really like these double & triple miles offers that Etihad doles out frequently (especially when they are sometimes combined with tier miles ones).

Here are the terms and conditions:

  1. Etihad Guest members must fly on A380-operated flights to/from Mumbai International Airport.
  2. Members will earn double miles for travel in Economy Class and triple miles in Business or First Class.
  3. This offer is only valid when you register between 7 April and 31 May via the link provided in the email and make a new booking between 7 April until 31 May for travel from 1 May and 31 May 2016 on EY203 and EY204.
  4. Flights can be booked via etihad.com, a travel agent or contact centre.
  5. Bonus miles accrual will be valid on the following flights: EY204 Abu Dhabi 14.10 departure and Mumbai 19.20 arrival.  EY203 Mumbai 21.35 departure and Abu Dhabi  23.25 arrival.
  6. Bonus miles earned will be Etihad Guest Miles and not tier miles.
  7. Full or part travel of an itinerary is eligible only if you book and travel within the promotional dates as listed above.
  8. Members only earn bonus base miles and class bonus miles. No bonus tier segments will be credited.
  9. All bonus miles will be credited after one month from each flight activity date.
  10. Only one bonus miles offer can be used per individual qualifying segment of your itinerary.
  11. If you qualify for multiple offers, the offer first-registered for will be applied to each individual qualifying segment.

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