Travel, Tourism & Hospitality

Etihad Holiday in deal with key banks for easy payment plan

Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB) and Al Hilal Bank have signed an agreement with Etihad Holidays, the destination and leisure management arm of Etihad Airways, which will provide customers of both banks an easy payment plan when booking an Etihad Holiday.

The partnership comes in line with ADCB’s continued commitment to providing an exceptional experience to its customers as well as strengthening its relationship with key partners.

The signing ceremony took place at the Etihad Aviation Group Headquarters in Abu Dhabi, between Hareb Almuhairy, senior vice president Destination and Leisure Management at Etihad Airways and Omran Taimour, regional head - Branch Banking from ADCB, in the presence of senior officials from ADCB and Etihad Airways.

Deepak Rochlani, head-retail Banking at ADCB said: “The collaboration between ADCB and Etihad Holidays to introduce an easy payment plan for ADCB Credit Cardholders echoes our commitment to provide our customers with the most rewarding travel experiences. Our aim is to be able to bring solutions closer to our customers by making travel easy and rewarding. We are proud to be a part of their travel journey.”

Ian Hodges, head-personal banking at Al Hilal Bank, said: “At Al Hilal Bank, the customer need is always first and with this new proposition we hope that we are inspiring and enabling people to travel more and explore the world while enjoying rewards and benefits that go beyond their expectations.”

Hareb Almuhairy, senior vice president destination and leisure management at Etihad Airways, said: “Etihad Holidays offers our guests the ability to enjoy rich travel experiences, and we strive to make this as accessible as possible for everyone. We are pleased to extend our partnership with ADCB and Al Hilal Bank to offer convenient payment solutions and the easy payment plan which will enable more people to enjoy the unique range of holidays and incredible travel experiences we offer.” - TradeArabia News Service