Air France and PayPal sign a new partnership agreement

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The FINANCIAL — Since 3 February 2016, Air France has been offering its customers in the UK and Germany the opportunity to purchase their tickets with PayPal on the online booking website and the Air France App.

Customers can now pay for their plane tickets simply and quickly with PayPal, without having to enter their credit card numbers each time they make a booking. By the end of March 2016, Air France customers will also be able to purchase their tickets with PayPal via the mobile App in France and several other countries, according to Air France.

On this occasion, Tjalling Smit, SVP Digital, Air France-KLM said “We strive daily to optimize the booking experience for our customers, regardless of the sales channel they use. This partnership meets the expectations and requirements of Air France passengers, providing a simple, fast and secure solution.”

“Today, customers mainly purchase their air tickets online and thanks to this partnership with Air France, PayPal intends to make life easier for travelers. We are very excited about this collaboration and hope to provide our expertise and experience to best meet the needs of customers. PayPal makes online payment easier for all tourism companies, regardless of their size,” said Damien Périllat, General Manager of PayPal in France.


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