HDFC Bank launches co-branded credit card with Jet Airways
Mumbai, Aug 8: Jet Airways and HDFC Bank today launched a co-branded credit card, which offers a slew of benefits and rewards to frequent flyers of the country's largest airline.
Jet's alliance with the second-largest private bank comes after the airline terminated its 12-year association for co-branded credit card with foreign lender Citi in May.
"The tie-up with HDFC Bank - the first its kind for the bank since it entered the cards space a decade ago - is unique travel option aimed at making air travel more cost- effective.
These co-branded cards will mutually work towards strengthening customer relationship and is a win-win for JetPrivilege members, HDFC Bank customers and our mutual guests," Jet Airways Chief Executive Nikos Kardassis said at the card launch here.
While Jet has around 2.8 million members under its loyalty programme JetPrivilege, the largest under such a scheme in the country, HDFC Bank is the market leader in the credit card space with one-third of the nearly 20 million cards in circulation bearing its name.
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