Mon, 14 March 2016

Air Astana Adds Diamond Card Status to Nomad Club FFP

Air Astana has added Diamond card status to its Nomad Club frequent flyer programme.

Diamond card status is awarded to previous Gold card members, who have managed to maintain that status for the past four years consecutively, which involves earning 100,000 flight points or taking 125 flights each calendar year.

Once awarded, Diamond card membership is valid for two years.

Diamond card status offers its members the following benefits: reservation waitlist priority and a guaranteed Economy Class seat on any Air Astana flight at any time (when booking 72 hours prior to departure), the right to gift Silver card or Gold card status as well as points to relatives and friends, free upgrades to Business Class twice a year, double points awarded and unlimited purchase of bonus points, check-in at Business Class counters, regardless of booking class, free additional 25 kg of baggage, access to Air Astana Business Class lounges and invitation of one guest to the business lounge.

The Nomad Club Diamond card provides eligible members with exceptional benefits to recognise their dedication and loyalty to Air Astana over many years. This covers both the increased tangible benefits, as well as added recognition throughout their entire Air Astana journey, said Ibrahim Canliel, Senior Vice-President Marketing and Sales of Air Astana.

Air Astana commenced regular flight operations on 15 May 2002 and currently operates a network of 64 routes between 39 international and domestic destinations.

The airline operates a fleet of 30 aircraft including three Boeing 767-300ER, five Boeing 757-200, thirteen Airbus A320 family aircraft and nine Embraer E-190s.

See also: Pictures from Almaty and Astana in Kazakhstan (June 2015) and Air Astana HD Video Interview with President and CEO - Peter Foster, OBE.

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