1. How can I become a member?
a. Refer to the Brochure
b. 2 types of Frequent Flyer:
i. Corporate Membership – annual fee T$200
ii. Individual Membership – annual fee T$150
c. All benefits are listed on the brochure and application form should be inside as well or else
notify Marketing Department.
2. When did it start?
a. 2 nd September 2015
3. How would we identify each member?
a. A list will be sent out to all sales staff at all location and will be kept updated as necessary.
4. Can different people use 1 membership number?
a. ONLY Corporate members are qualified – however the membership numbers will
Example: Corporate member’s number always start with CFF while as the Individual
member’s number will start with IFF
b. CORPORATE MEMBERS are referred to Marketing.
5. Can a family member or friend of the Frequent Flyer use the same number for booking?
a. Refer section 1. MEMBERSHIP and subsection (h) of the Terms and Conditions for “Tonga
Mo’oni Frequent Flyer Club” Member – MEMBERSHIP IS NOT TRANSFERABLE.
b. In the event of an FOC – a Frequent Flyer member may transfer only 1 FOC ticket over a
period of 12 months to his/her immediate family members only upon providing proof of
relationship as stated on the Terms and Conditions for “Tonga Mo’oni Frequent Flyer Club”
Member, section 4 – FAMILY TRANSFER.
6. How can a member claim their benefit entitlement?
a. All entitlement claim should be directed to Marketing Department for proper
7. Are Rewards members entitle for SPECIAL FARES?
a. YES – all are entitled for the special fares but it will NOT be added to their benefit count.
8. Can an international passenger become a Frequent Flyer?
a. YES – everyone is entitle to submit an application but it is up to REALtonga to determine if
one will become a member or not.
9. What PRIORITY LEVEL are the Frequent Flyer members?
a. All Frequent Flyer members are PRIORITY LEVEL 4. Please read Individual and Corporate
10. What happen if the membership is expired?
a. Frequent Flyer members are subject to renew their membership on or before the expiry
date or benefit may not apply.
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11. How can I input the Frequent Flyer number of each member into TF?
a. While creating a new booking, on the same slide that you input the Personal and Contact
details of the passenger, there is also a field there called FREQUENT FLYER NUMBER – input
their membership number onto that field. Please refer Appendix 1.
12. How can I input the Priority Level of a Frequent Flyer member into TF?
a. After you input his/her membership number, on the same slide there is another field called
PASSENGER PRIORITY, click to drop down the menu box and choose number 4. Please refer
If you need further assistance please do not hesitate to contact our marketing department – email@example.com for clarification.
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