Air France-KLM Flying Blue Promo Rewards February 2024

Air France-KLM Flying Blue Promo Rewards February 2024

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The Air France-KLM Flying Blue program has just published a new Promo Rewards list for February 2024, offering discounted short haul and long haul awards for travel over the coming months.

There are several destinations bookable with this promotion, though unfortunately this time around, there are no long haul awards in business class. Still, let’s take a look at the details, as there’s potentially quite a bit of value.

What are Flying Blue Promo Rewards?

I’m a big fan of the Air France-KLM Flying Blue program, especially for long haul premium cabin redemptions. Not only does Flying Blue largely have attractive award pricing for business class travel, but the program also has access to more Air France and KLM award space than other programs.

The Promo Rewards offer is published every month by the Flying Blue program, and offers 25% discounts off select awards for travel on Air France and KLM. The Flying Blue program has dynamic award pricing, and this promotion specifically applies for the lowest, saver level award costs.

We sometimes see Promo Rewards for Air France business class

New Flying Blue Promo Rewards now live

Flying Blue has published its February 2024 Promo Rewards, valid for bookings between February 1 and February 29, 2024. Most of these Promo Rewards have long travel windows, and can be used for flights all the way through July 31, 2024.

As a reminder, Flying Blue has standardized saver award pricing, so ordinarily you’ll pay the following amounts for one-way transatlantic awards between Europe and most of North America:

  • One-way economy awards cost 20,000 miles
  • One-way premium economy awards cost 35,000 miles
  • One-way business awards cost 50,000 miles

Here are the awards that are available with the Promo Rewards list this month for travel between Europe and North America, along with the pricing:

  • Save 25% on Air France economy awards between Europe and Los Angeles (LAX) — starting at 15,000 miles
  • Save 25% on Air France economy awards between Europe and San Francisco (SFO) — starting at 15,000 miles
  • Save 25% on KLM economy awards between Europe and Austin (AUS) — starting at 15,000 miles
  • Save 25% on Air France premium economy awards between Europe and Mexico City (MEX) — starting at 26,250 miles

All of the lowest priced awards in the above markets through July 31, 2024, should be bookable with the Promo Rewards pricing. You can use all of these awards for travel to and from destinations across Europe, so you can travel beyond Amsterdam and Paris.

Also keep in mind that children ages two to 12 receive 25% off Flying Blue award tickets, including Promo Rewards.

We sometimes see Promo Rewards for KLM business class

Earning Flying Blue miles is easy

One of the things that’s awesome about the Flying Blue program is how easy it is to rack up miles:

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Bottom line

The Air France-KLM Flying Blue program offers a Promo Rewards promotion, whereby you can book discounted award tickets in select markets. This can be a great deal, especially when you consider how easy Flying Blue miles are to come by, and also how much award space is available through Flying Blue.

With the latest Promo Rewards, you can save 25% to several destinations in North America, with options in economy and premium economy. Unfortunately this time around there are no long haul business class options, but if one of the deals matches your travel plans, it could be worth taking advantage of.

Are there any Promo Rewards you’re considering booking?

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  1. Mark Guest

    Why do we bother with posting these long haul economy deals? Can anyone here deal with the cattle class back there for 8+ hours?

    1. Grey Diamond

      I would do it if there was a very good cash deal. But don't know why you would waste your miles on long haul economy...

    2. Bob Guest

      I have several friends who would book this because they need to get tickets for a family so they need to budget as much as possible ie points on 2 tickets but 2 etc. They generally ask me to help them with points bookings. You shouldn't assume it's always about business class and that's all we want. Everyone travels for different reasons and in different ways.

  2. Jacob Guest

    I don’t see any of these bookable yet on their app. Odd.

    1. Kyle Guest

      For whatever reason they announce these and then take ages to load them into their system (no clue why they aren’t preloaded and ready to go automatically). A couple of months ago the 1st of the month fell near the end of the week and they just went home for the weekend. Couldn’t book until late Monday.

    2. Bob Guest

      Because airlines like hotels or just about any company that won't invest in large groups of competent IT workers have awful IT infrastructure. Most of their systems that they will quickly tell you is state of the art automation is in fact Sally from marketing emailing an excel spreadsheet to bob in accounting who then emails his changes to ashuk in India to post online. But ashuk was busy with his 2nd job so he...

      Because airlines like hotels or just about any company that won't invest in large groups of competent IT workers have awful IT infrastructure. Most of their systems that they will quickly tell you is state of the art automation is in fact Sally from marketing emailing an excel spreadsheet to bob in accounting who then emails his changes to ashuk in India to post online. But ashuk was busy with his 2nd job so he never did it and everybody else didn't follow up because it's not their job until someone's complaint ticket finally makes it's way up to a over stressed manager.

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Bob Guest

I have several friends who would book this because they need to get tickets for a family so they need to budget as much as possible ie points on 2 tickets but 2 etc. They generally ask me to help them with points bookings. You shouldn't assume it's always about business class and that's all we want. Everyone travels for different reasons and in different ways.

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Mark Guest

Why do we bother with posting these long haul economy deals? Can anyone here deal with the cattle class back there for 8+ hours?

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Kyle Guest

For whatever reason they announce these and then take ages to load them into their system (no clue why they aren’t preloaded and ready to go automatically). A couple of months ago the 1st of the month fell near the end of the week and they just went home for the weekend. Couldn’t book until late Monday.

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