Vistara And Axis Bank To Offer Credit Card Facility

Tuesday, 24th November 2015 at 03:38am

Domestic airline Vistara is forming a partnership with Axis Bank to service travelers opting to avail of credit card products as well as privileges.

The new partners will launch the product in 2016.

Passengers who are traveling either for leisure or business can avail of special privileges that are tied up with Jet Airways' Club Vistara frequent traveler campaign.

Vistara, one of India's full-service air carriers started operations January this year. It is a joint venture between Singapore International Airlines and Tata Sons. Each respectively hold a 49 percent and 51 percent stake in the company.

Shikha Sharma, Managing Director and CEO of Axis Bank said that the Bank is committed to continually provide financial solutions that ensure client satisfaction. He also said that customers consider travel as a major expenditure item in their budgets. Moreover, the number of people traveling has been on the rise at a very fast pace.

He also mentioned that Axis is happy to have partnered with Vistara, citing that the team up will give the product a great boost.

Credit card privileges will vary depending on how often the cardholder travels. The base card applies to holders who fly occasionally, while the super-premium card applies to those who fly on a more regular basis.

Meanwhile, the CEO of Vistara said that the airline knows for a fact that credit cards are indispensable to travelers who fly frequently to various regions. Credit cards, especially those that enable them to earn valuable points leading to privileges and benefits has always been a boon.

The airline believes that the soon-to-be launched Axis Bank Vistara Credit Card is a way of showing to the world that Vistara pursues programs which would make flying an attractive and worthwhile passenger experience.

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