Dear Honorable Colleagues,
I’m pleased to announce that the first FICAC ID Cards have been delivered to their Holders, honorary consuls in several countries worldwide. Besides the formal identification as a Member of the World Federation of Consuls, we are negotiating with several service companies like Airlines, Hotels, Renting Cars, Clubs,…for the Holders of these FICAC ID Cards to enjoy benefits and advantages.
Today, I’m very happy to inform you that a first agreement has been concluded with ACCOR Hotels Worldwide to entitle FICAC ID Card Holders to take advantage of discounts from 5% to 10% off the best unrestricted rate of the day over 2,400 Accor Hotels Worldwide in more than 90 countries! Book online and present your personal FICAC ID Card at check-in: you’ll benefit from multi brand availability at Sofitel, Pullman, MGallery by Sofitel, Mama Shelter, Novotel, Novotel Suites, Mercure, Adagio and Adagio Access aparthotel, Ibis and Ibis Style Hotels!
Other agreements are on process and I will keep you duly informed of further benefits and advantages, when finalized.
For any questions, suggestions, feedbacks or comments, please e-mail us.
Yours sincerely,
Aykut Eken

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Official Agreements (M.O.U.) with Official Institutions

The Royal Academy of Science International Trust

Recognition of the status of FICAC as NGO