Payments Hub

A versatile payments solution for airlines

Data shows that when comparing similar flight costs, travel times or comfort levels, airline passengers usually end up picking the airline that accepts the payment method which they use regularly. When credit cards or cash were the only options for travellers, their choice of payment providers was an afterthought, not the decisive factor that it is today.

At present, there are more than 300 alternate payment methods including WeChat Pay, Alipay, GooglePay and Apple Pay. Furthermore, people can now pay for flights through loyalty schemes. As airlines try to provide more convenience and choice for customers, it is inevitable that they will face high costs and considerable complexity.

These companies must also consider the importance of PCI compliance regarding the protection of sensitive data, as well as volatile Payment Service Provider (PSP) fees, settlement and reconciliation protocols, and the increased risk of fraud. All of these factors exacerbate an already intricate payments processing challenge.

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The perfect solution to this is our Payments Hub. It is a universal, PSP-neutral connector which allows airlines to address all the above expectations with confidence.

Efficient and versatile,
this solution enables
airlines to deliver an
enhanced customer
experience,
streamline their own
processes and drive
revenue.

  • Integrates smoothly with existing airline systems
  • Allows fast switching between PSPs
  • Facilitates quick on-boarding of new payment methods
  • Supports management and safe storage of sensitive data
  • Offers fraud-detection monitoring that develops over time
  • Simplifies and offers a high level of security
  • Enables frictionless and secure in-app payments which improve customers’ mobile experience
  • PCI-compliant with all payment information stored in one system and tokenised
Our Payments Hub software solution allows airlines to offer a wide range of payment options for flight fares and ancillary offers. It even enables passengers to pay with their loyalty points. For airlines, it makes the payments processing stage more efficient and cost-effective.
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