If you’re a fan of aviators, you may be wondering what’s going on with their status in the sky.
In a statement on Friday, the airline announced that they have removed their “aviation mastercard” program from all West Star flights, and have instead begun selling the credit on a monthly basis.
The credit is currently being sold for $30 for one month and $35 for a month, but you can buy it for as little as $1.75 per month.
The airline says it will continue to offer other flight options until the credit expires, which should take place sometime this fall.
As for the Aviator Mastercard, it was only available to customers who purchased tickets on the airline’s website or purchased via an Aviator app, and not through the website.
While West Star has not stated what the credit will be worth in the future, Aviator says it expects it to be worth between $100 and $200.