UPDATE: Air France-KLM August promotional rewards for travel until January 31, 2023 (no more destinations loaded)

Air France-KLM Flying Blue has updated its latest promotional rewards valid for travel until January 31, 2023, which must be booked by August 31, by adding three long-haul destinations.

The maximum discount is 50% on the usual number of miles required (although often the discount is capped at 25%).

You can access Flying Blue’s webpage for promotional rewards here or here.

You can often buy Flying Blue Miles with a bonus. You can check out the latest offer here.

Flying Blue today added Fort de France and Point à Pitre in Premium Economy and Reunion in Business. Unfortunately, the Houston route is only available in economy class.

Routes available for the August 2022 Promo Awards

Short/medium haul


You can also book them one way. These don’t just apply to flights from Europe, as all long-haul destinations are two-way. Flying Blue used to divide Europe into zones 1, 2 and 3 but now seems to use the name EUROPE for all these zones.

Note that Europe should include all of the following countries for long-haul rewards:

European 1
Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Switzerland, Luxembourg

European 2
Austria, Balearic Islands, Finland, Denmark, Italy, Malta, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden

European 3
Albania, Algeria, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Canary Islands, Croatia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Libya, Lithuania, Latvia, Macedonia, Moldova, Morocco, Poland, Romania, Western Russia , Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, Tunisia, Ukraine.

Flying Blue has changed the taxes and mainly the fuel surcharges it charges for award tickets, making economy awards a better deal than before. In addition, the fuel surcharge that Air France-KLM now calls “carrier-imposed international surcharge” is capped for premium economy, business and first class flights.

Price search: Martinique – Paris

Search for attribution: Réunion- Paris


Flying Blue has recently revamped its Promo Award page. Unfortunately, it does not indicate to which service cabin (Economy, Premium Economy & Business) the lower fares apply.

They now display the percentage discount, making it easy to guess which cabin it applies to, especially on long-haul flights.

Here are the terms and conditions of this type of reward:

  • Promo award tickets must be reserved via www.airfrance.com or www.klm.com (except for reservations for minors traveling alone or when traveling with a baby under 2 years old, in these cases reservations must be made by calling customer service).
  • Promotional award tickets can be changed free of charge until further notice given the coronavirus situation. Promotional award tickets cannot be canceled or refunded. For details, please contact customer service.
  • Promotional award tickets are subject to the general conditions of carriage of the operating airline.
  • Promotional award tickets are available for one-way and return tickets paid for with Miles (Promo award tickets are not available for purchase with Miles & Cash).
  • Promotional award tickets are subject to availability.
  • The Miles rates displayed for long-haul destinations are for flights to/from Paris or Amsterdam.
  • Promotional award tickets for long-haul flights to or from Europe, as defined by IATA as the following countries: Albania, Algeria, Armenia, Austria, Balearic Islands, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Canary Islands, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Libya, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, UK, Western Russia.
  • Due to COVID-19, we have updated the promotional rewards booking policy, which you can read here: https://www.flyingblue.com/en/news/rebook-policy

About Eleanor Blackburn

Check Also

Russia exposes Germany’s weakness | Washington Examiner

gGermany has given up any aspiration to a leadership role in Europe. Its inadequate response …