Emirates has enabled its customers to pay for flights with PayPal. The new partnership will give Emirates’ customers more choice when it comes to paying for their flights online. It means that, in addition to debit and credit card transactions, customers can also now make payments via PayPal.
The acceptance and expansion of PayPal with Emirates has been made possible by PayPal’s partnership with GlobalCollect. At first, Emirates will accept PayPal for UK and European departing flights, followed by other major countries including the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the US and Australia.
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