CrediMax inks Gulf Air partnership deal
Manama, November 25, 2013
CrediMax, a leading credit card company in Bahrain, has entered into an enhanced agreement with Gulf Air, the kingdom's national carrier.
Under the agreement, CrediMax cardholders are entitled to special fares when they buy Gulf Air tickets online directly from the national carrier's website, reported the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication.
The agreement strengthens an existing strategic relationship between both companies and offers a superb range of benefits to CrediMax cardholders.
"CrediMax constantly endeavours to create first-rate opportunities meeting both its clients' needs and its aim of attracting new reward partners. We pride ourselves on offering our cardholders access to a unique range of services and privileges, differentiating us from our competitors," stated CrediMax chief executive Yousif Ali Mirza.
"The announcement of our renewed partnership with Gulf Air today strengthens our existing relationship with Bahrain's national carrier," he said.
"It also reinforces CrediMax's strategic objective to build partnerships with private sector organisations to offer its clients more rewards," added Mirza.
Gulf Air acting chief executive Maher Al Musallam said the national carrier is always willing to co-operate with leading companies, and the airline is pleased to renew its partnership with CrediMax, with which it has cultivated successful business relationships.
"The output of this partnership is not limited to the two companies, but it also extends to our customers who can enjoy Gulf Air services at lower prices," he noted.
Under the new partnership, a 10 per cent discount will be offered on tickets bought online from Gulf Air and paid for by a CrediMax card using a special code available on its website.-TradeArabia News Service