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  • My experience with this Card is very satisfying

    • by Ravi kumar

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      I am a user of the Indian Airlines (now Air India) Frequent Flier Card for the last 8 years. The service has been very good. They promptly credit your points after you fly. You can always check your account on their website .

      One advantage with this card as compared to the cards of other airlines is that they have the largest choice of destinations across the country. 63 domestic destinations and 17 international destinations on Indian Airlines alone. They have a tie up with Air India and Air France which gives an option of

      about 300 international destinations, including New York, London and Paris. But you should be able to accrue a huge number of points before you can avail the facility for international destinations. But one good thing is that the points accumulated don’t lapse and you can go on accumulating them over a period.

      Another useful feature is that the tickets can be purchased in any body’s name, be it your friend or relative, no questions asked. Many times I could enjoy trips with my family to places like Cochin and Singapore. Redeeming the points has ...

      • been easy for me , especially, because I was staying in Bombay. For out station residents, it may be a little difficult, as they have to send the forms to Bombay or Delhi and collect the tickets, which are issued only on production of your Frequent Flier Card.

        You also have the facility of tele check in with the help of this card. There are separate queues at big airports like Delhi and Bombay for card holders. You also get some concession with luggage weights, and once in a while you are also given upgrade

        vouchers, whereby you can travel in Business Class with the economy ticket.

        There is also an Indian Airlines- American Express branded card which I was holding. Accumulation of the points with this card will be much faster, as you get twice the number of points when you buy your normal Indian Airline tickets with this card. The accumulated points on this card can be used for buying articles, hotel accommodation at international destinations as well as for conversion of these points for the purpose of buying your airline tickets.

        My experience with this Card is very satisfying.

    Martha Damina says :

    Please who is your frequent flier service providers.
    John says :

    Martha, you can view the service providers via this link, scroll towards the bottom:
    Ravi kumar replies :

    There is no separate service provider for this. You have to quote your frequent flier card no whenever you book the ticket directly or through any travel agent. It is essential that your number is printed on the ticket when you book the ticket. At the time of issue of the boarding pass at the Airport also you are required to show your Frequent Flier Card to the Airlines offcial.
    Faisal Tharayil says :

    I have registered through online for Frequent Flyer Program and my membership No. is M101678. Though i made my first travel after that on May 2009 todate the card is not received and miles are not added to my account.
    John says :

    Faisal, Indian Airlines would be the only source to provide this type of first-hand information on your account to let you know what’s going on. I would suggest giving them a phone call. Here’s their number if you need it: 800.223.7776
    velumani says :

    how i can get frequent flier card in Indian airlines?
    John says :

    You will need to get it from a member service center. Here’s a link that shows their locations:
    mary vl humi says :

    how can i become a new frequent flier member for indian airlines
    John says :

    Click on the link in the response above and it will guide you to a page to sign up online, or you can go to a service center to get a form.
    robert v l thlamuana says :

    how can i become a new frequent flier member on indian airlines
    John says :

    You can get an application form from a service center to apply, or you can apply online. Here’s a link to apply online:
    VIVEK SAINI says :

    I am holding frequent flier card but do not know how to know my accumulated points. How many points need to be accumulated for a free ticket?
    Galega says :

    Hi Vivek,

    Just log-in into the system and you will be shown the current accumulated points. Here is the webpage .

    A Free ticket depends on many factors, apart from the accumulated points. Where you are traveling, when you are going to book ticket (no free ticket during heavy seasons), etc. Very few people actually gets free ticket. Rather, look for discount that you can avail with your points.
    Ancy says :

    what is the booking class to get 65miles in BLR - DEL DEL-COK sectors
    Tarun says :

    Suppose i am working in Mumbai and know that i need to visit my native, Delhi around 6 times every 6 months. Can i use those tickets for travelling on any date within that 6 months?
    Galega says :

    Hi Tarun,

    Yes, you can use that ticket any day. This program (frequent flyers) was launched to attract regular travelers like you. Get it and avail the discount.
    Dr.R.P.Verma says :

    how to get the form to apply for membership of frequent flier?
    John says :

    You can get the forms by going to a member service center.
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