Latvian national airline airBaltic has teamed up with PayPal to offer customers a simpler and secure payment system.
The Latvian flagship carrier decided to partner with PayPal as a secure payments ecosystem provider in order to offer unique travel opportunities to ever more customers interested in international trips to any of its 60 destinations.
The SeatSale campaign, which is available until April 15th, offers flyers unique advantages when they use PayPal, allowing them to fly to the airlines 60 international destinations for a cheaper price. Until April 30th, customers paying with PayPal will not have to pay transaction fees.
‘‘PayPal has made online and mobile payments a way of life for its customers around the world. We are happy to now help airBaltic further develop its customer experience by making it safer and quicker to pay and send money,’’ said Damien Perillat, Managing Director of PayPal.
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