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Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, 2007/12/06 - Jet Airways’ JetPrivilege, Frequent Flyer programme from India’s leading airline has entered into a ‘credit card points to jpmiles conversion’ partnership with two leading multi-national banks, Barclays bank plc and Deutsche bank.
With this, valid Barclay Bank credit card (Barclaycard) holders based in India will have an opportunity to redeem their reward points towards JPMiles. Barclaycard holders need to accrue a minimum of 500 BarclaycardPoints to be eligible for the JPMiles conversion programme. Accrued BarclaycardPoints can be converted to JPMiles in a batch of 1450 Barclaycard Points. For every batch of 1450 BarclaycardPoints, JetPrivilege members will earn 500 JPMiles.
Similarly, valid Deutsche Bank credit card holders based in India will have an opportunity to redeem their reward points towards JPMiles. Deutsche Bank card holders need to accrue a minimum of 250 Deutsche Bank Reward Points to be eligible for the conversion of their reward points to JPMiles. These points can be converted to JPMiles in batches of 100 Deutsche Bank Reward Points. For every 100 such Points, JetPrivilege members will earn 100 JPMiles.
These partnerships will give the credit card holders of both banks more redemption options on their credit cards. The more they use their credit cards, the more points they will accrue, which can be converted into JPMiles for free flights on Jet Airways or its twelve airline partners.
Jet Airways offers its JetPrivilege members the highest standards of service and luxury, befitting India’s finest airline, and is proud to welcome Barclays Bank and Deutsche Bank credit card holders into the same.
Jet Airways, the Spirit of New India
Jet Airways currently operates a fleet of 71 aircraft, which includes 7 Boeing 777-300 ER aircraft, 52 classic and next generation Boeing 737-400/700/800/900 aircraft, 5 Airbus A330-200 aircraft and 7 modern ATR 72-500 turboprop aircraft. With an average fleet age of 4.66 years, the airline has one of the youngest aircraft fleet in the world. Jet Airways operates over 350 flights daily.
Flights to 54 destinations span the length and breadth of India and beyond, including New York (JFK), New York (Newark), Toronto, Brussels, London Heathrow, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Colombo, Bangkok and Kathmandu. The airline plans to extend its international operations to other cities in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia in phases with the introduction of wide-body aircraft into its fleet. Since its inception in May 1993 to end-October 2007, Jet Airways has flown over 81.8 million passengers.
Jet Airways (I) Ltd
Ragini Chopra, Vice President – Corporate Communications & PR
New Delhi, India
T: +91 11-4164 5080 / F: +91 11-4609 5084 - E: raginic[.]jetairways.com.
A.K. Sivanandan, Sr. General Manager – PR
New Delhi, India
T: +91 11-2652 3357 / F: +91 11-2652 3348 - E: asivanandan[.]jetairways.com.
Srirupa SEN, Manager – PR Mumbai, India
T: +91 22-2852 3648 / F: +91 22-2920 4437 - E: ssen[.]jetairways.com