Air India Flying Returns has set June 30, 2016 as the deadline towards not lapsing your miles in case you have any lapsing. You however need to verify your account to be able to access your miles. Here are all the details of the changes coming.
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Air India continues to rework its frequent flyer program. One of the changes they now have in the planning phase is “fare charged”, as a method of awarding status. There you have it, Air India Flying Returns moving closer to a fare-based program?
Air India Flying Returns is offering a discount on travelling on redemption tickets on the airline between July and September 2016. The discount is substantial at 40% and with the new program details, no fuel surcharges exists as well.
Air India Flying Returns will be offering a discount on travelling on redemption tickets on the airline. The discount is substantial at 40% and with the new program details, no fuel surcharges exists as well.
Air India Flying Returns is offering a discount on travelling on redemption tickets on the airline. The discount is substantial at 40% and with the new program details, no fuel surcharges exists as well.
Check-in to find out all the details about the promotion, and how to make it work for you.
SBI Cards offers a co-branded credit card with AI, which allowed you to earn Air India miles and status on spending on the card.
This card is going to undergo a significant restructuring as of the coming month. Check in if you are affected by the changes.
Amongst the long list of changes Air India made recently in their December 2015 program refresh, Upgrade Awards were taken to very high number of miles required as compared to the earlier standardized upgrade levels.
Here is how we can find out how miserly the Air India program has become, in spite of their claim of being the World’s Most Rewarding Airline Loyalty Programme
Air India Flying Returns is in the midst of a big restructuring exercise. They are making sure you are not inconvenienced by their clean up act, and hence they are extending the validity of your miles.
Check in to find out how to use your miles by June 2016!
Air India’s Frequent Flyer Program Flying Returns has been changed for a third time in 8 weeks. Air India’s intentions are noble, because they are taking away fuel surcharge from all international redemptions, but the amount the miles they ask in return for this has gone up a bit too much.
Here are all the details of this program changes, which have gone online overnight!
Air India has been quietly coming up to speed with the times on their frequent flyer program. Just yesterday, they have launched new features such as Child Membership, and introduced a Primary Active membership at the base tier as well.
Some of the key changes include the inability to transfer your upgrade vouchers to anyone here on, as well as the pseudo move to revenue-based earning by linking percentage of miles earned to flown miles and the RBD multiplier. Hence, deep discounted tickets don’t get as many miles anymore!
Read on and share your views on the program in the comments section