US Airways became the first airline to accept MasterCard PayPass contactless cards and devices for inflight payment, - Business Travel News

Share this page

Business Travel Supplier Directory

Text size: A A A

NewsLog
RSS

December 03, 2012 - 02:20 PM ET

US Airways became the first airline to accept MasterCard PayPass contactless cards and devices for inflight payment, according to the companies. Officials said the move would speed transaction times as passengers tap a card or other payment-enabled device to a reader enabled by GuestLogix rather than handing their card to a flight attendant to swipe.

This page is protected by Copyright laws. Do Not Copy. Purchase Reprint

Leave your comment:

Comments

blog comments powered by Disqus
Related NewsLog
Monitoring and auditing software company Oversight Systems released Mileage Insight,... read more »
Concur users now can integrate Starbucks purchases with Concur's expense reporting system,... read more »
Online travel and expense management tool provider Traveldoo has integrated virtual payments provider Conferma into its platform,... read more »
Bank of America Merrill Lynch on Monday launched BoAML Travel Pro,... read more »
BMO Financial Group and Spendvision partnered to offer BMO corporate clients an expense management solution,... read more »
Payments firm CSI released the latest version of its virtual card solution for the Android operating system.... read more »
Payments solution provider CSI now integrates with travel management company Adelman Travel... read more »
Orbitz for Business on Tuesday announced expense integration with Concur.... read more »
Amadeus enabled hotel payment with Conferma virtual card technology through its e-Travel Management self-booking tool,... read more »
Conferma's travel management clients now can create MasterCard virtual cards for supplier payments via a partnership with eNett International,... read more »
MasterCard and Conferma globally expanded their existing integration,... read more »