Vistara partners with IndusInd Bank to launch co-branded credit card


Full-service operator Vistara has partnered with IndusInd Bank to launch the Club Vistara IndusInd Bank Explorer co-branded credit card.

The credit card will provide various benefits such as a free business class ticket, membership in the airline’s frequent flyer program and lounge access.

Other benefits include waiver of rescheduling fees on direct booking of Vistara flights, luxury gift vouchers, free movie tickets and dining vouchers, free air accident coverage, zero currency markup on international spending as well as a fuel surcharge waiver at any gas pump, among other things, Vistara said in a statement on Monday.

We are happy to partner with IndusInd Bank to offer our clients a solution (a co-branded credit card). We hope our customers will see great value in the Club Vistara IndusInd Bank Explorer credit card and enjoy its benefits when they travel the world with us, said Vinod Kannan, Vistara Commercial Director.

The all-new card offers cardholders a free “Gold” class membership to Club Vistara (CV), under which they can earn points on every flight and can even redeem their earned CV points to enjoy the flights.

In addition, the card also allows customers to travel cashless to destinations around the world, while also earning CV points on their spending, the airline said.

We are excited to work with Vistara to launch the ‘Club Vistara IndusInd Bank Explorer’ credit card which aims to revitalize the way India travels. As the world gradually opens up, Indians and especially Millennials will seek to travel for both business and leisure, said Soumitra Sen, head of consumer banking at IndusInd Bank.

According to the Airline.

Financial benefits include full waiver of fuel surcharge at any gas station in India, as well as lifetime waiver of late payment fees, cash withdrawal fees as well as overrun fees. limit.

In addition, cardholders will be entitled to luxury gift vouchers worth Rs 25,000 or Oberoi hotel and resort gift vouchers and two free movie tickets of Rs 700 each per month in addition free food vouchers worth Rs 3,000 twice a year.

Individual air accident insurance coverage of up to Rs 2.5 crore and insurance against loss or delay of baggage, loss of passport, ticket as well as missed connection are other benefits including a card holder can benefit.

(Only the title and image of this report may have been reworked by Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is automatically generated from a syndicated feed.)

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