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Get 10,000 miles with an airline feedback session

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One of our airline partners is looking for feedback on your recent air travel experiences.

The airline is running a number of sessions throughout the day next Wednesday, 13th July, at The May Fair hotel in Mayfair.

These are ‘drop in’ sessions. You can stay as long as you like (food and drink is provided) whilst chatting to representatives of the airline involved. There are not one-on-one interviews – nothing too formal!

You can choose from:

  • A breakfast session between 8:30am and 10:30am
  • Afternoon tea between 2pm and 4pm
  • Cocktail reception between 5.30pm and 7pm

In addition to food and drink during the session you will be given 10,000 miles with their airline loyalty program. (Sorry we can’t tell you which program!)

If you would like to attend, please register your interest here by Friday 8th July. The only qualifying criteria is that you have taken a flight – any class, any route, long haul or short haul – in the past year.

Comments (61)

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  • RussellH says:

    > the goodie bags alone – packed with high-end foodstuffs – was worth 3,000 Accor points.

    You must have got much better goodie bags than we did! Two bottles of good quality olive oil, yes, but there was not much else there, just some popcorn (we have not tried that yet), some chocolate rice cakes (OK-ish) and something else that I have completely forgotten, none of which I would even consider as “high-end”.
    But the three glasses of champagne, yes, would certainly have run up a bill of €60 in most Accor hotels, though I would never have considered actually paying that for them.

    Still, overall, excellent value for the points.

    • Yorkshire rich says:

      Same. We were the first guests in on the first night. I was still hungry and went to try some more food around the park but it was certainly a good use of 3000 points.

      • Rob says:

        The olive oil is £11 per bottle in Waitrose so, de facto, you get £22 of olive oil before you add up the value of the rest of the stuff.

    • lumma says:

      I thought this comment was about the Barclaycard goodie bags at the party. Was about to say, I just got a branded bottle and a packet of popcorn!

  • RussellH says:

    Also, thanks for a good do last night, even if those drawing the raffle failed to find either of our tickets.
    Nice to finally meet Rob in person, even if only briefly, and many others too.

  • Imran says:

    Thanks Rob for the heads up. Booked the Diljit Dosanjh concert, which was surprisingly still available at 12:30 hours. My Amex MR points were instantly transferred over to Marriott, which I ultimately used for the booking.

    Considering the cheapest tickets at the concert are selling at £120 per person. 19,000 points that I transferred over to Marriott certainly seems like a good value considering the food and drinks are included.

  • Doommonger says:

    Hfp Party, £6.75 for a bottle of Corona an utter piss take. Good prizes, acceptable nibbles.
    Rob looks just the same in person as he does on the telly, rocking the crumpled geography teacher look. Rhys on the other hand , dapper and suave,

    That is all.

  • Dan says:

    Anyone going to the Cocktail session?

  • R says:

    I have got an invite to the airline feedback session, but still no more info as to the airline. Am I going to give up an afternoon to meet an unidentified person? I think not ! What a bizarre idea the whole thing is.

    • Rob says:

      It’s a major international carrier. We’re not talking Eva Air, Korean etc (no disrespect to them but ….)

    • Rob says:

      You’re going to a drinks party or afternoon tea with a bunch of fellow readers and a few airline reps.

    • Rhys says:

      Not sure why the airline is relevant – you agreed to give feedback on your recent travel experiences, not your views of hosting airline!

      You’ll find out on the day.

      • Rob says:

        Not entirely sure I agree because the rest of the package is also vague. If it was ‘come for a free meal at this restaurant with this menu’ then – yes – it’s a 2-way trade of time for food irrespective of sponsor. Even I don’t know the venue for this.

        However, clearly we wouldn’t have mentioned it if it wasn’t an airline whose team we trust.

  • R says:

    I was expecting to be told the airline if I got an invite. There are a whole bunch of top tier airlines, 10,000 of whose miles are of no use at all to me. I may go out of curiosity, but with this level of anonymity the incentive to do so is very limited.

    • RobH not Rob says:

      I’ll have yours then . . . . ta.

    • Rhys says:

      You can use the 10,000 miles on a one-way European flight.

      • Tom says:

        Session was realy nice time, but… How, ( and when 😉 we will get 10,000 miles? By event e-mails?

        • Rhys says:

          Yes, they said they will email these out. Dunno when but I assume next few days

          • Alex Sm says:

            I was a bit worried that they put my employer’s name on the name badge – where did they get this info? I can’t remember giving it at registration… or maybe I forgot already

  • Neil says:

    I did the feedback session and it was fun.
    First time I’ve done anything like that and would definitely do it again. Thanks for the heads up 👍🏽

    • Alex Sm says:

      Regardless of what people get for free and what nice treatment they receive, they will moan over and over – these comments above are so petty tbh… It was a fun session with nice 3D people, good food and atmosphere, made my day, also got a couple of souvenirs for aviation enthusiast kids – thanks UNITED! and thanks to HfP for arranging this

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