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IA ties up with SBI, UBI

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New Delhi, April 26

Indian Airlines has introduced an integrated Internet banking solution by way of Net ticketing through Internet banking. In a statement, the airline has said that from April 27, passengers who have net banking accounts with State Bank of India and Union Bank, will have the option of making payment for their air ticket purchased on the Net through Internet banking. The other banks likely to be brought into the ambit of this facility include Punjab National Bank, HDFC, Citibank and ABN Amro. The airline already offers the facility of paying for a Net ticket through credit card.

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