Search Articles

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Star Alliance offers Gold Status to its most loyal TAM Airline Customers

March 31st, 2014 –TAM Airlines’ Red and Black Frequent Flyer Card holders are being offered a special promotion which will allow them to maintain their Star Alliance Gold status following the airline’s exit from Star Alliance. In order to participate, customers simply select one of the following nine Frequent Flyer Programmes (FFPs):

Aeroplan® (Air Canada)
Airpoints™ (Air New Zealand)
EuroBonus® (Scandinavian Airlines)
MileagePlus® (United, Copa Airlines)
Miles & Smiles® (Turkish Airlines)
PhoenixMiles® (Air China)
SA Voyager® (South African Airways)
ShebaMiles® (Ethiopian Airlines)
Victoria® (TAP Portugal)

Registration links to these FFPs can be found at www.staralliance.com/en/benefits/earn-and-redeem/ . Once customers have received their new FFP number, they can request retention of their Star Alliance Gold status by logging on to the following website StarAllianceGold.staralliance.com and submitting electronic proof of a valid TAM Frequent Flyer Red or Black Card.
As soon as the status match has been validated, the participating Star Alliance FFP will then send the customer a new card bearing the Star Alliance Gold status logo.

Customers who in addition to holding a TAM Red or Black Card already have a frequent flyer account with any of the nine participating Star Alliance member carrier FFPs, can go directly to StarAllianceGold.staralliance.com and request the status match.

This promotion will run from today through to May 30th, 2014 (12.00 GMT) and full terms and conditions can be found at: StarAllianceGold.staralliance.com


With 12 Star Alliance carriers flying to Brazil, Star Alliance has more airlines serving Latin America’s largest aviation market than other alliance. Customers can opt to travel on the Star Alliance network from 11 airports in Brazil, from which our member airlines offer direct services to destinations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Africa. By connecting through Star Alliance hubs in these regions, passengers gain access to the worldwide network provided by the 26 member airlines that in total offer more than 18,000 daily flights to 1,269 airports in 193 countries.

No comments:

Post a Comment