Flying Blue and Amazon Expand Ways to Earn Miles


Flying Blue, the Air France-KLM Group's frequent flyer programme with 20 million worldwide members, and Amazon have teamed up to provide yet another way for Flying Blue members to earn Miles in their daily lives.

Currently available in France, the Netherlands and Sweden, Flying Blue members can now make the most of their Amazon purchases by earning 3 Miles for every euro spent1. The full terms and conditions are available on the Flying Blue website.

This new partnership adds to Flying Blue’s wide-ranging list of member benefits, including the ability to earn and redeem Miles with 30+ airlines and 100+ commercial partners. Flying Blue Miles can be used to reserve flights, hotel rooms or rental cars, to shop with our partners or to make donations to charitable organisations.

Flying Blue is constantly evolving and introducing new innovations. Last year, the program introduced Flying Blue Family, allowing members to pool their Miles together and earn rewards sooner. “Today we are excited to announce a new way to earn Miles while shopping on Amazon, which will allow us to further engage and reward our loyal Flying Blue members,” said Ben Lipsey, SVP Customer Loyalty and Head of Flying Blue at Air France-KLM.

“In addition to earning Miles when they choose to fly Air France or KLM, this new agreement reinforces our programme’s lifestyle component by giving members the opportunity to earn Flying Blue Miles on their everyday purchases.”


About Flying Blue

Flying Blue is the loyalty programme of the Air France-KLM Group. Created in 2005, it now has 20 million members worldwide, who have access to a multitude of rewards and benefits, and can earn and spend miles with a wide selection of airline, commercial and financial partners. The goal of Flying Blue is to accompany its members at every journey, every day. Whether members are exploring the end of their street or the far corners of the world, Flying Blue is there to elevate each of these moments into unforgettable memories.


1The number of earned Miles is based on the total amount spent on Amazon before taxes. Books, gift cards, game consoles and any nicotine or tobacco-related items bought at Amazon are excluded from Miles earning