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Royal Jordanian partners with JKB

April 11- The Royal Jordanian (RJ) has announced  the signing of a new marketing alliance agreement with Jordan Kuwait Bank (JKB), thus launching the "Fly and Plus", a co-branded MasterCard credit card.
According to the details, Fly and Plus card holders will be able to add points to their RJ frequent flyer programme whether they are traveling via RJ or any of the 10 members of the global aviation alliance.
Meanwhile, customers of JKB who use the credit card will receive one point for every JD10 they spend on local and international transactions. New and Fly Plus cardholders will automatically receive 100 Royal Plus points upon joining the programme and receiving their new cards, said a press statement.  

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