Travelers who go to or through Dallas have a new opportunity to earn miles. Officials there announced they will introduce a new Dallas Fort Worth Customer Rewards Program for airport purchases.
Starting in June, travelers who take part in the program will be able to earn frequent flyer miles or points when they make qualifying purchases at the airport. Eligible purchases include parking, stays at DFW airport hotels like the Grand Hyatt, pet stays at the airport’s pet hotel Paradise 4 Paws, and purchases throughout the airport at concessions and retail stores. Airlines that will be participating in the program include American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier, United and US Airways.
The program will be operated by Thanks Again, LLC in a partnership with the airport. Travelers have to register a debit or credit card at thanksagain.com before they can take advantage of the program. They will then be able to receive frequent flier miles whenever they use the card at DFW.
Thanks Again operates similar programs at over 170 U.S. and Canadian ports and airports, including, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International, Houston Intercontinental, New York’s LaGuardia Airport, JFK International, Miami International, Newark Liberty International, Portland International, and Tulsa International Airport. Thanks Again currently operates 14 airport-wide programs.
Serving more than 58 million passengers a year, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is the fourth busiest hub in the world. It has been ranked in the top five large airports for customer service for five consecutive years by the Airports Council International. It is located between the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas.
According to published reports, the airport is currently spending $1.9 billion on improvements to its terminals. On Thursday, the board of DFW announced that it had approved steps that will begin construction process of a planned $92 million DFW-funded and owned 137-room Hyatt Place Hotel.