HBL Qatar Airways Credit Card launched for Frequent Flyers – Research Snipers

HBL Qatar Airways Credit Card launched for Frequent Flyers

HBL and Qatar Airways are collaborating to launch a new credit card for frequent flyers. There is a wide range of services and privileges that will be given to the HBL Qatar Airways Credit Card holders.

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On September 27th, 2018 the credit card was revealed at the Mohatta Palace in Karachi. Chairman HBL Sultan Ali Allana, Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, Akbar Al Baker, President & CEO, HBL Muhammad Aurangzeb, Vice President CRM and Customer Loyalty, Qatar Airways Jacob Garlan Miller and Vice President Commercial – Middle East & Pakistan Ish Jalal attended the event along with senior management and selective customers.

The HBL Qatar Airways Credit Card will be delivered in Platinum and Gold. It will allow users to earn Qmiles on local currency spending, earn Qmiles on foreign currency spending, bonus Qmiles if the card is activated in the first year, bonus Qmiles if you purchase ticket for your first flight with Qatar Airways via qatarairways.com, redemption discount yearly on accumulating Qmiles, membership of Privilege Club, Qatar Airways frequent-flyer program, dining & other discounts at 150 plus  places and much more.

Chairman HBL Sultan Ali Allana, said, “Today, we have entered into a strategic partnership with Qatar Airways and we see our future in the context of the long-term and sustainable association while creating the maximum value for our common customers.”

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, Akbar Al Baker, said, “We are delighted to partner with HBL in this initiative. The HBL Qatar Airways credit card is uniquely tailored to meet the needs of Pakistan’s rapidly growing frequent flyer community and will provide cardholders with a host of benefits to make travel even more rewarding. We look forward to a mutually rewarding partnership with HBL, and to continuing to strengthen our commitment to travelers in Pakistan.”