Riyad Bank launches new features for Hassad Rewards Program

Riyadh Al-Zahrani, executive vice president of retail banking division at Riyad Bank.
Updated 06 October 2017
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Riyad Bank launches new features for Hassad Rewards Program

Riyad Bank has launched new features for its Hassad Rewards Program to include most of the bank’s products and services, and not just credit cards. The bank said this step is in line with its plans to improve its offering to customers and make them feel more valued and appreciated.
Riyadh Al-Zahrani, executive vice president of retail banking division at Riyad Bank, said the bank is keen on creating products and services that are carefully designed to fulfil the customers’ needs and expectations. “The Hassad Rewards Program has become more comprehensive with the opportunity of earning Hassad points automatically as a result of almost any transaction performed by the customer registered in the program. Registering in the program is a simple process that takes place through Riyad Online website.”
Al-Zahrani added that Hassad points can now be earned through the use of debit cards, when paying bills, when using the bank’s digital channels, and when the salary is transferred to the bank, along with other banking transactions. He said Hassad points can also be transferred as a gift to any registered customer in the program.
Al-Zahrani said Hassad points can be redeemed for vouchers at one of Riyad Bank’s approved merchants, where beneficiaries can request the voucher through Riyad Online, Riyad Mobile, or by calling 920002470. Then can then print the vouchers from any Riyad Bank ATM.


Turkish Airlines reaches 80.7% record load factor

Updated 23 June 2018
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Turkish Airlines reaches 80.7% record load factor

Turkish Airlines has announced the results of passenger and cargo traffic in May. The airline achieved the highest first five-month load factor (LF) in its history with 80.7 percent. The national flag carrier has maintained its position on the global aviation agenda with the high LF performances it has reached, especially in recent periods. 

The total number of passengers carried went up by 4 percent reaching 6.1 million passengers, and the load factor stood at 78.6 percent in May. 

The total load factor improved by one point, with an increase of 3.6 percent in capacity (available seat kilometer), while the international LF increased by 1.7 points to reach 78 percent and the domestic load factor stood at 83 percent. 

In May, N. America, Africa and Far East showed load factor growth of five points, three points and one point, respectively.