PROVIDENCIALES, Turks & Caicos Islands, Dec. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — interCaribbean Airways is pleased to announce our new rewards program called “Cacique Rewards”. A rewards program for our customers across the islands of the Caribbean.
The name of Cacique Rewards was chosen to represent and honor the Cacique People of the Caribbean islands. Across the Caribbean Islands the Cacique were the leaders of their communities, passing the tile from father to son, to eldest daughter when the chain was broken. Over history great men and women have claimed the title of Cacique.
Starting today frequent and infrequent travelers can join Cacique Rewards and earn Cacique Rewards Points for rewards flights across our Caribbean network. At this time customers may sign up, via the link at interCaribbean.com (Cacique Rewards), to receive their membership number.
Once signed up, travelers are asked to hold onto their boarding cards, to claim these early flights flown, and to receive a retroactive credit for all flights from their date of registration. Details will be posted on this credit claim procedure to have the credit posted to the travelers individual account.
In January 2015, travelers will then be able to log into manage their Cacique Rewards account, and be able to book flights based on their rewards earned.
Trevor Sadler CEO of interCaribbean Airways, was happy to announce the program as the next step in the evolution and growth of the company. Starting with an increase in the number of destinations across the Caribbean, and with more to come, the rewards program is the ideal way for our travelers to begin to earn rewards and pick a new destination to visit all while enjoying rewards travel.
interCaribbean expects to expand the options for earning points once the program is fully launched for redemption.
About interCaribbean Airways
interCaribbean Airways is based in the Turks & Caicos Islands, operating for the last 23 years to connect you and the Caribbean. Services are via EMB 120 and BE99 aircraft connecting the Turks & Caicos to the Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica and Puerto Rico. International services also connect Jamaica to the Dominican Republic and Haiti, and the Dominican Republic to Puerto Rico. Domestic flights are operated in The Turks & Caicos Islands and Jamaica. With new services planned to the Eastern Caribbean we look forward to connecting more of the Caribbean.