Jazz and Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) have signed an MoU to facilitate the employees and passengers of Pakistan’s national carrier. The partnership is another stepping stone towards the extension of Jazz’s digital services to an important segment of the economy.
Under this partnership, Jazz, Pakistan’s leading digital communications company, is seeking to provide the services of an e-ticketing solution for seamless travel, a salary disbursement solution for contractual/daily wage employees, a pension disbursement solution for pensioners and JazzCash Wallets for employees and pensioners.
The purpose is to provide ease in the lives of those who work with and travel with PIA. As such, Jazz will set up Jazz counters at airports enabling customers to pay through QR Codes for flight upgrades or excess luggage.
Moreover, Jazz will sell exclusive GSM SIMs for passengers at PIA counters offering special packages for Umrah and Hajj. SIM-based cameras will also be provided for day-care centers at PIA offices, while MIFI devices will be given to PIA employees.
Jazz CEO Amir Ibrahim, while talking about the partnership said,
We at Jazz are always looking for ways to widen our network and enable a large and diverse group of people to avail our services. That’s why we’ve joined hands with the national carrier to facilitate both PIA passengers and its employees.
PIA CEO, Air Marshal Arshad Malik sharing his views on the occasion said that the MoU with Jazz would not only provide additional services to PIA passengers but also to airline employees.