American Express and Delta Airlines are launching a new, rather original payment card…since it is made of aircraft metal. And not just any, that of a Boeing 747.
A piece of fuselage from a Boeing 747 in your wallet? It seems incongruous to you and yet. American Express and Delta Airlines have announced the launch of a bank card composes 25% of Delta Ship #6307. This Boieng 747 born in 1969 has since been retired from the US airline’s fleet.
Not everyone will be able to get one. This card is produced in limited series and reserved for members of the Delta SkyMiles Reserve and Reserve Business Card programs of Delta Airlines and only from June 16 to August 3, until stocks are exhausted.
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The history of the Boeing 747 as a bonus
Future owners will also have access to exclusive content via a augmented reality experience created especially for members of the map, which includes the history of the Boeing 747, interviews with Delta pilots and crew members, and an overview of the transformation of Delta Ship #6307 from a passenger plane into a card, details the press release, quoted by BFM TV.
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Today we celebrate our latest innovation which pays homage to the iconic Boeing 747 by giving cardholders a piece of travel history in their wallet,” said Jon Gantman, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. Cobrand products at American Express.
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