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Delta Airlines, Standard Chartered, ABN India and PNB join JetPrivilege

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Jet Airways frequent flyer programme JetPrivilege, has added four new partners - Delta Airlines, Standard Chartered Bank India, ABN India and Punjab National Bank.

JetPrivilege members can now earn and redeem JPMiles on all flights marketed and operated by Delta Airlines, with immediate effect. Similarly, Delta Airlines SkyMiles members may now earn and redeem their miles on all flights marketed and operated by Jet Airways.

Platinum and Smart Miles Titanium credit card holders of ABN AMRO Bank, a leading multinational bank in India can now convert their Platinum Miles and Smart Miles to JPMiles by simply making a call to the ABN AMRO Phone Banking. One Platinum/Smart Mile can be converted to one JPMile in multiples of 1000.

Punjab National Bank Global Credit Card holders can also now covert their card reward points into JPMiles, with 2 card reward points equaling 1 JPMile.

Standard Chartered Credit Card holders can convert their reward points on the Platinum, Gold, Executive and Classic credit cards into JPMiles. While Standard Chartered Platinum Elite, Platinum Rewards and Manhattan Platinum members may earn 100 JPMiles for every 120 reward points, Gold, Gold Rewards and other card members may earn 100 JPMiles for every 170 reward points.

Sudheer Raghavan, Chief Commercial Officer, Jet Airways, said, The addition of our new partners stands testimony to our commitment to bring extensive value to our Jet Privilege members, in some of the more significant areas of their lives. We are indeed proud of our new partnerships.

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