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AirAsia now accepts payments via Gcash, PayMaya

Aviation Updates Philippines – Philippine budget carrier AirAsia Philippines announced Wednesday it is now opening up more payment avenues for its flights, baggage, meals, and more, in a newly-sealed deal with local e-wallet companies PayMaya and Gcash.

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In a bid to strengthen its digital footprint, AirAsia will now accept e-wallets for cashless transactions through the airline's check-in counters nationwide. This new payment option is available in paying for additional baggage, meals, and other flight add-ons while checking in.

To pay, passengers may download and install the preferred e-wallet of choice, scan the QR code displayed on the counter, enter the amount to pay, and confirm the payment. The PayMaya and Gcash payment options will be available on AirAsia's ground stations beginning February 1, 2021.

Ray Berja, AirAsia Philippines Chief Finance Officer said, "At AirAsia, we continue to innovate our digital solutions to provide our guests with the most convenient and safest way to travel. We are excited to be rolling out these contactless payment options, which we have made available at all our counters nationwide.  

“We continue to uphold the highest standards in safety and continue to implement stringent protocols as we prioritize the health of our guests while waiting for vaccines.”

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