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U.S. Bank and Korean Air Launch New SKYPASS Visa Company Business Credit Card

Monday 2 May 2005 16:25 CET | News

Asian businesses now have an easier way to manage expenses for multiple employees and earn miles on Korean Air with the introduction of the new SKYPASS Visa Company Business Card issued by U.S. Bank National Association.

Unlike a personal credit card, the SKYPASS Visa Company Business Card is issued to a particular company that in turn can designate multiple users on that account. The benefit is greater flexibility for employees who travel or need the card for other purposes, while providing the company simplified expense management and greater control over its finances. The business name is also on the front of the card and credit limits are higher because the credit decision is made for the business, not the individual. The SKYPASS Visa Company Business Card complements the five other SKYPASS Visa cards offered to businesses and consumers by U.S. Bank for Korean Air. The SKYPASS cards, which U.S. Bank has issued since 2002, are the only Visa cards issued in the United States that earn SKYPASS miles. The SKYPASS Visa allows customers to earn miles for the dollars they charge while enjoying worldwide acceptance, cash access at more than 805,000 ATMs and the superior service of Korean Air. The accumulated SKYPASS miles never expire and can be redeemed for free travel rewards on Korean Air and SkyTeam partners. The SKYPASS Visa cards include SkyBlue with no annual fee, Platinum, Classic, and Secured for personal use or Business Platinum and the Company Business card for business needs.


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