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!
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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.
Air India is working on a plan to reduce the number of miles required for an upgrade to Business or First Class in their aircraft. The new plan limits the number of miles required to 100% from the current 190% of economy redemption required.
Air India is expecting to drop the price of upgrades using miles shortly. Under the current structure, it could cost up to 190% of an economy class redemption. Here is how this could proceed further.
AIr India Flying Returns will now allow you to call them up to re-instate your Air India expired miles and put them to use. This makes life easier and better. Here is how you go about it.
HDFC Bank Diners Club has yet again done something they do very easily. Take away a transfer partner without notice to their customers. Here is one more airmile transfer partner biting the dust.
Air India is trialling a new upgrade policy where Air India elites will be able to secure free upgrades on their International flights. The process is simple and the rules are transparent. Hope you enjoy sitting in that First Class seat for 14 hours!
Air India is offering some great promotional redemptions on United for intra USA travel. Redemptions start from 3000 miles. Check it out before it is all gone 🙂
Last year, I clocked more than a million miles. A lot of them without being on a plane. Here are the details of how it was done, and perhaps, you could do it too!!