Club Vistara joining Air India's Flying Returns amid merger launch
Club Vistara joining Air India's Flying Returns amid merger launch
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Club Vistara joining Air India's Flying Returns amid merger launch

The initiation of the merger process between Air India and Vistara has been announced, with the declaration from the Singapore airline that the Club Vistara, the flyer program of the airline, would soon amalgamate with Air India's Flying Returns.

Vistara conveyed in an official statement, The Club Vistara program will persist until the integration concludes. Following the integration process, your Club Vistara account will be transitioned to Air India's Flying Returns.

It was further stated by the airline that information concerning co-brand cards would be disclosed in the forthcoming weeks.

Tata Sons aims to finalize the integration of Air India and Vistara, operating them as a unified airline by the end of this year, as mentioned by the CEOs of both carriers.

Key details of the integration are as follows:

Tier Status: It was conveyed that tier status would be allocated based on the cumulative points of both programs. Maintenance of the current Club Vistara tier status or potential upgrades would be dependent on meeting the cumulative points criteria. Subsequently, the regulations of Flying Returns would govern the proceedings.

CV Points and Tier Points balance: Upon migration, the CV Points balance and Tier Points available in the account would be transferred to the Flying Returns program at a 1:1 ratio. The airline stated that these points would remain valid for at least one year from the migration date, notwithstanding any earlier expiration dates.

Future bookings using CV Points and Complimentary Flight Ticket vouchers: All forthcoming bookings would be shifted, with revised flight details being provided post-migration to both the account holder and their nominees.

Vouchers: All valid unutilized One-Class Upgrade vouchers and Complimentary Flight Ticket vouchers would be transferred to Flying Returns with their existing validity intact. Their usage would be governed by the relevant program rules.

The initiation of the merger process between Air India and Vistara has been announced, with the declaration from the Singapore airline that the Club Vistara, the flyer program of the airline, would soon amalgamate with Air India's Flying Returns. Vistara conveyed in an official statement, The Club Vistara program will persist until the integration concludes. Following the integration process, your Club Vistara account will be transitioned to Air India's Flying Returns. It was further stated by the airline that information concerning co-brand cards would be disclosed in the forthcoming weeks. Tata Sons aims to finalize the integration of Air India and Vistara, operating them as a unified airline by the end of this year, as mentioned by the CEOs of both carriers. Key details of the integration are as follows: Tier Status: It was conveyed that tier status would be allocated based on the cumulative points of both programs. Maintenance of the current Club Vistara tier status or potential upgrades would be dependent on meeting the cumulative points criteria. Subsequently, the regulations of Flying Returns would govern the proceedings. CV Points and Tier Points balance: Upon migration, the CV Points balance and Tier Points available in the account would be transferred to the Flying Returns program at a 1:1 ratio. The airline stated that these points would remain valid for at least one year from the migration date, notwithstanding any earlier expiration dates. Future bookings using CV Points and Complimentary Flight Ticket vouchers: All forthcoming bookings would be shifted, with revised flight details being provided post-migration to both the account holder and their nominees. Vouchers: All valid unutilized One-Class Upgrade vouchers and Complimentary Flight Ticket vouchers would be transferred to Flying Returns with their existing validity intact. Their usage would be governed by the relevant program rules.

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