Guinnessxyz, Our goal is to keep you regularly updated regarding the upcoming launch of Air Canada Altitude™ on March 1st. Recently, we advised you of your 2013 Altitude status and in preparation of the launch, here is some additional information on upcoming activities: Transitioning to Air Canada Altitude Starting February 18 until February 28, 2013, we will be updating our systems for Air Canada Altitude. During this period you will notice that, at several touch points, your 2012 Top Tier status will be displayed as follows: Prestige will display as P25K or Prestige 25K Elite will display as E50K or Elite 50K Super Elite will display as S100K or Super Elite 100K We want to reassure you that your 2012 Top Tier status and associated privileges will not be impacted during this transition. The areas affected by this change include the information printed on your boarding pass and certain features available on aircanada.com. As of March 1, 2013, your recently confirmed 2013 status will become effective and will be displayed accordingly. Additionally, note that during this period there may also be occasional overnight outages that could affect your ability to request an eUpgrade. Should this happen, please try again later as the outages will be limited to a 2-3 hour period. Choosing your Select Privileges During the week of February 25, you will be invited to choose your Select Privileges by e-mail. Depending on your selection, you'll either receive your Select Privileges electronically, or in a follow-up package within 4 to 6 weeks. Please note: If you choose the Altitude Bonus, which offers Bonus Aeroplan® Miles for every eligible flight operated by Air Canada and select Star Alliance member airlines, this bonus will apply retroactively to all flights flown since January 1, 2013. If you choose Bonus Altitude Qualifying Miles or eUpgrade Credits for eligible Flight Pass activities*, this bonus will apply retroactively to all eligible activities completed since January 1, 2013. Threshold eUpgrade Credits As an Altitude member, you're entitled to additional eUpgrade Credits for every 20,000 Altitude Qualifying Miles you earn. If you've reached one of these thresholds for travel since January 1, 2013, you may have noticed that you have not received the applicable eUpgrade Credits in your aircanada.com eUpgrade account. Note that these eUpgrade Credits will be awarded retroactively shortly after March 1st. Million Mile Recognition During the transition to Air Canada Altitude, we are not fulfilling Million Mile membership packages. Members who have reached a Million Mile level during this period will be receiving their Million Mile exclusive package in spring 2013. We appreciate your continued patience and understanding leading up to the Air Canada Altitude launch. Soon you'll enjoy a range of services and privileges that will make your travel experience even more rewarding. For the latest information, please visit altitude.aircanada.com.