Air India Miles can now be used for online redemption on Star Alliance member airlines. A few years in the making, Air India has finally joined the bandwagon of online airline redemptions.
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Couldn’t renew your Air India Flying Returns Points in your birthday month? Or can’t wait till your birthday month? Renew expired FR point for half the price through July 30, 2018.
Air India is offering a special promotion this weekend which will allow members to renew miles at a cost of INR 0.3 per mile. Could be a good promotion for those who were previously unable to use their Air India Miles.
Air India has two new promotions for 2018 which will give you 50% discount on redemptions and a sweet discount to renew your Air India Miles. Here are the details of these two new promotions.
Air India SBI Cards will reset the way miles are awarded for Air India ticket bookings on the card to ensure error-free credit going forward. Here are the details.
Air India will introduce new penalties for a change of dates on award tickets effective November 1, 2017. This change will be valid on all tickets issued before the date as well.
An unannounced change for Air India members. More miles for your Air India flights coming up in the days ahead. A lot more miles in some cases. Here is the lowdown on that!
Air India is moving towards the use of miles for upgrades in a big way, and hence they are dropping the prices on mileage upgrades across the board from domestic as well as international segments. No upgrade will now cost more than 100% of Economy Class Miles Redemption!
Air India’s Flying Returns program will shortly allow you to pool miles with up to 9 members in your immediate and extended family! That just means more miles for you to spend on that next redemption!
Fun fact, Air India has only 1225 Platinum Elites. For an airline which is the national airline of a country of 1.25 Billion people. Let that sink in!
Air India will perhaps be sold in the near future. How does that affect the frequent flyer program Flying Returns? Here is why it won’t be going away anytime soon.