Jet Airways Partners SBI Card to Offer Installment Option

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Indias Jet Airways has partnered SBI Card - the joint offering from State Bank of India and GE Capital - to offer its guests the option to convert their air tickets purchased at using an SBI Credit Card, into a 0% equated monthly installment (EMI) with a tenure of 6 months.

Mr. Sudheer Raghavan, Chief Commercial Officer of Jet Airways, said The tie up with the SBI Card is another unique travel option aimed at making air travel more economical and cost-effective for family travel. This new scheme bears testimony to our customer-centric approach wherein Jet Airways has time and again created products catering to the specific travel needs of our guests.

Mr. Abhay Kumar Singh, CEO, SBI Cards & Payment Services, added, We are delighted to partner with Jet Airways and offer SBI Card holders an affordable travel option. This offering is in line with our focus on the travel segment as it enables air travelers a unique opportunity to fly now and pay later without any additional costs.

Jet Airways currently operates a fleet of 87 aircraft, which includes 10 Boeing 777-300 ER aircraft, 12 Airbus A330-200 aircraft, 51 next generation Boeing 737-700/800/900 aircraft and 14 modern ATR 72-500 turboprop aircraft. With an average fleet age of 4.69 years, the airline has one of the youngest aircraft fleets in the world.

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