IndusInd Bank, Vistara unveil co-branded credit card for air passengers

Vistara, an Indian full-service airline company, has joined hands with IndusInd Bank to introduce a co-branded credit card called the ‘Club Vistara IndusInd Bank Explorer’.

The new partnership and launch is aimed at extending several benefits to users like a complimentary business class flight ticket, lounge access, and a Vistara frequent flyer membership.   

In addition to above, other benefits along the credit card include premium gift vouchers, rescheduling fee waiver when directly booking Vistara flights, complimentary personal air accident cover, complimentary dining and movie ticket vouchers, a waiver on fuel surcharge at petrol pumps, and zero currency mark-up on any amount spent overseas.  

Notably, the new co-branded credit card provides users with a ‘Gold’ class membership to Club Vistara (CV), under which cardholders can gain points after completing a flight and redeem their CV points while booking their next Vistara flight.

It is also worth noting that the card supports cashless travel for customers to destinations across the globe, along with allowing them to earn CV points on their spending.

According to Vistara airlines, the main benefits of the co-branded card include complimentary access to more than 600 airport lounges worldwide, around five free business class tickets after gaining spend milestones each year, and rescheduling cost waivers on direct booking of Vistara flights.

Additionally, luxury gift vouchers for US$337.45 (INR 25,000) or stay vouchers at Oberoi hotel and resort, and two complimentary movie tickets worth US$9.45 (INR 700) each month besides two complimentary dining vouchers for US$40.49 (INR 3000) annually are also a part of the deal that the user can avail.

The Hinduja Group-owned IndusInd Bank and Vistara credit card offer a personal air accident insurance cover of up to US$337,368 (INR 2.5 crores) along with insurance against loss or delay of baggage, tickets, a missed flight connection, and loss of passport.  

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