The combination of a modern fleet and warm Indian hospitality has made Jet Airways India’s preferred airline since their launch in 1993. With flights to 66 destinations spanning the length and breadth of India and beyond, Jet Airways operates one of the most modern fleet in the world to ensure guests enjoy a seamless travel experience with the best in comfort, cabin design and reliability.
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Earn miles and Tier Points
Flying Club members can earn a percentage of the miles you have flown depending on the cabin you are flying in. Take a look at the table below for more information.
|Cabin||Booking Class||% miles flown|
|First Class||F, A||250%|
|Business Class||C, J, Z,||200%|
|Business Class||I, P*||150%|
|Economy Class||Y, M, T, U||100%|
|Economy Class||Q, S, L, N, V, H, K||50%|
|Economy Class||W, O||25%|
|*not eligible on flights within India|
Tier Points earned
|Cabin||Sectors under 2,000 miles||Sectors 2,000 miles or over|
|First / Business||25||50|
|Tier Points are based on actual flown miles.|
How to book
Book your Jet Airways flights directly from the UK on +44 808 101 1199 and remember to quote your Flying Club membership number. Please show your Flying Club membership card at check in.
For more information on Jet Airways, head over to their website.
When claiming miles please keep all copies of your original tickets/e-tickets and boarding passes until the correct amount of miles appear on your account. If the miles do not show on your account within six weeks, please contact us to claim them back.
The small print
If you're a member of one of our partner airlines' frequent flyer programmes, please note that you can only earn miles in one scheme for any particular flight.
Miles may only be earned on flights operated by Jet Airways. Miles will be issued to Flying Club members when travelling in the classes listed. Miles will not be earned for travel in any other class not listed above.
Additional miles will not be earned for bookings that are subsequently upgraded to a higher class whereby an additional fare difference is paid.
The table below shows round-trip mileage, not including applicable taxes and surcharges. One-way trips are permitted at half of the round-trip mileage shown below. If a journey requires a connecting flight or stopover to reach the destination, miles are charged for each sector.
As an example, the distance between London and Mumbai is 4,479 miles. Therefore, the mileage required for a reward in Economy on London to Mumbai is 54,000 round-trip or 27,000 one way.
|Distance per sector (miles)||Economy Class*||Business Class*||First Class*|
|Less than 310 miles||12,600||22,600||-|
|310 - 699 miles||20,600||37,000||-|
|700 - 999 miles||30,000||54,000||-|
|1,000 - 3,799 miles||41,000||82,000||120,000|
|3,800 - 7,000 miles||54,000||108,000||162,000|
|More than 7,000 miles||95,000||190,000||282,000|
|*Or equivalent class.|
Infant Reward Flights
An infant under two at the time of travel and not requiring a seat, will be charged the following miles for a round trip.
One-way journey's would require half the miles.
|Economy Class||Business Class||First Class|
Please note: Taxes, fees and carrier imposed surcharges apply to all Reward Flights.
How to book
Bookings must be made at least 48hrs before departure. Miles must be redeemed from one account.
Please contact the Virgin Atlantic Flying Club team to check mileage for a specific route, availability and to make a booking.
The small print
All mileage levels are excluding passenger taxes, duties, fees, charges and surcharges.
Blackout dates may apply.
Reward seats are subject to availability.