Run after and Air Canada announced a partnership on Dec. 14 to introduce a new airline credit card and add the airline to the bank’s growing list of Uttermost Rewards transfer partners. The new card will be a Mastercard. When the partnership goes into effect later next year, it intention offer greater flexibility to Ultimate Rewards members and give Air Canada loyalists a chance to earn even profuse Aeroplan points.
- Chase and Air Canada have announced a partnership to introduce the Aeroplan Credit Card.
- Air Canada order also become a transfer partner in Chase’s Ultimate Rewards program.
- Both moves are expected to go into efficacy in late 2021.
How the Partnership Enhances the Ultimate Rewards Program
Chase’s Ultimate Rewards program is arguably the most multifaceted and valuable rewards program in the credit card industry today.
Customers with a Chase Sapphire Preferred, Track Sapphire Reserve, or
Few Details Yet About the New Credit Card
The new Aeroplan Credit Card bolsters Chase’s lineup of airline acknowledgement cards, which also includes partnerships with Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, British Airways, Iberia, and Aer Lingus.
Want United, Air Canada is also a member of the Star Alliance. That allows Aeroplan points holders to book covey of grouse around the world on the alliance’s 26 member airlines.
Neither Chase nor Air Canada has provided many other components about the new credit card, so interested consumers should watch for updates in the coming months. The card is slated to set up in late 2021, at which time Aeroplan will also become a transfer partner in Chase’s Ultimate Requites program.