LifeMiles extends validity of its members’ miles.

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In order to provide greater benefits to its members and, understanding that the impact of Covid-19 and its variants still remains, LifeMiles decided to automatically and unconditionally pause the expiration of miles to those members that would expire between July and November 2021.

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The company also pointed out that in order for members to extend the expiration of their miles for at least one year, they must enter their LifeMiles number when purchasing tickets and flying with Avianca, purchase miles on LifeMiles. com, convert their points from banks and other allied programs such as Banco AV Villas, Banco Caja Social, Banco de Bogotá, Banco de Occidente, Banco Popular, Lealtad Coomeva, Davivienda, GNB Sudameris, Puntos Colombia and Scotiabank Colpatria or buy with any of the commercial partners, among which are big brands such as Adidas, Bosi, Sándwich Cubano among many others. And, in case of making purchases with Avianca-LifeMiles co-branded credit cards from Davivienda, Scotiabank Colpatria, Itaú and Bancolombia, the validity of the accumulated miles will be of 2 years.

“Although more and more passengers are flying, we know that there are still many members who have not been able to do so and that is why we are pausing the expiration of miles so that they can be used until the end of the year,” said Beatriz Vidri, director of Loyalty at LifeMiles. She also recalled that this year the frequent flyer program had important changes to reward the loyalty of Avianca passengers thanks to the implementation of: a new Elite Red Plus level, simplification and reduction of requirements to become an Elite member, extension of the statuses and the change of the mileage accrual model to make it easier and simpler for the passenger.

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