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ICICI Bank Travel Agency Credit Card launched
By Ankit Sharma
Dec 18, 2007
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Chennai: ICICI Bank has lauched a credit card designed solely for travel related activities like airline ticket reservations, hotel bookings, travel insurance and other allied transactions. Called the ICICI Bank Travel Agency Credit Card, this is pioneering initiative in this area by the bank.

To commemorate the launch of this credit card, Singapore Airlines, one of the leading airlines of the world, which has recently included the Airbus A380 into its fleet has launched a special fare. Under this offer, a return ticket to Singapore inclusive of all taxes and surcharges will be available for a special price of Rs. 15,500. These air tickets will be on sale from today and last up to January 31, 2008.

This special travel agent credit card is expected to open up new channels of distribution for Singapore Airlines because travel agents will be able to make bookings via the airlines' website www.singaporeairlines.com.


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