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Wirecard and Amadeus partner to serve Airline and Travel Merchants

MÜNCHEN | Wirecard and Amadeus IT Group, a leading technology partner for the global travel industry, join forces to offer Wirecard’s processing services through the Amadeus Payment Platform. This integration in the Amadeus Payment Platform will benefit Amadeus customers thanks to Wirecard’s extensive payment and acquiring solutions.

2C2P's payment gateway to serve Thai Airways

SINGAPORE | 2C2P, payment service provider based in Singapore, will now process all online sales transactions for Thai Airways International (THAI), for both domestic and international ticket sales. Thai Airways’ customers now have more payment options, including credit cards, debit cards, and bank channels, such as ATM and Internet banking.

Royal Dutch Airlines introduces Payment via Facebook and Twitter

AMSTERDAM | As first airline in the world KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has developed a method of payment which enables customers to pay via social media. Customers using Facebook or Twitter to book or rebook a flight, make a seat reservation, or to arrange extra baggage, can now pay through these channels.

WorldPay and UATP partner to offer industry preferred payment choice

LONDON | WorldPay, the global leader in payment processing, risk and alternative payments and UATP, the low cost payment network owned by airlines, have announced a partnership to enable airline and travel merchants to access UATP through WorldPay.

Airlines and Alternative Payments | White Paper by WorldPay

LONDON | Airlines are focused on innovating their mobile payment offerings to capture anticipated revenue potential, according to the Alternative Payments and Distribution Landscape: Airlines and Alternatives – The Facts white paper, launched today by WorldPay, a global leader in airline settlements and payments.

Adyen and Klarna introduce invoice-based payment solution

AMSTERDAM | Adyen and Klarna introduce invoice-based payment solution aimed for airline and travel merchants. It is the first of its kind available for airlines in Europe, making it possible for travellers transacting online to pay for their tickets via instalments. One of the first airlines to offer this payment option to its customers is SAS (Scandinavian Airlines), the largest airline carrier in Scandinavia.

WorldPay signs Ethiopian Airlines

LONDON | Ethiopian Airlines, the fastest growing and most profitable airline in Africa, has partnered with payment leader Worldpay to streamline its business transactions and meet the needs of its global customer base.


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