Chase, Air Canada, Mastercard: Aeroplan Credit Card

“Mastercard, Air Canada, and Chase share the same commitment to putting the cardholder at the center – providing meaningful experiences that support everyday spending and passion points,” said Linda Kirkpatrick[12], president of U.S. issuers at Mastercard. 

The new Aeroplan card is expected to launch in late 2021. Aeroplan will also become a transfer partner in Chase’s Ultimate Rewards program late next year.

Chase serves nearly half of the households in the U.S., and is the U.S. consumer and commercial banking business of J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., with more than 4,900 branches in 38 states and the District of Columbia.

Ed Olebe, president of Chase Co-Brand Cards, said customers will get additional perks and flexible rewards in addition to the newly-overhauled Aeroplan rewards programs.

Numerous card networks have made changes to rewards and loyalty programs amid the coronavirus pandemic. With business travel down 97 percent year over year in July’s final week, cards offering airline points and miles have had to rethink their strategy.[13]

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