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Mon, 2 April 2018

Thailand’s Kasikorn Bank Launches QR Code Payment and Installment Plans for AirAsia Flights

Thai AirAsia has partnered with Thailand’s Kasikorn Bank to give AirAsia and AirAsia X passengers a new cashless payment option.

Kasikorn customers can now pay for their booking by simply scanning a QR Code.

The system is available at AirAsia counters in 21 domestic airports as well as the AirAsia Ticketing Office on Patong Beach of Phuket.

Thai AirAsia has partnered with Thailand's Kasikorn Bank to give AirAsia and AirAsia X passengers a new cashless payment option. Kasikorn customers can now pay for their booking at AirAsia’s domestic airport counters in Thailand and AirAsia’s Patong Ticketing Office via QR Code! Click to enlarge.

AirAsia passengers can scan payment QR codes directly through the K Plus application, which will lead them to a payment screen where they can tap “Pay” and then “Confirm” after reviewing the details of their booking.

 Once payment is complete, the K Plus application will add an E-Slip for evidence of the booking. This quick and easy process is available for payments of up to 50,000 THB per item from AirAsia.

 The system is available for both domestic and international flights.

On top of the QR code, since 20 March 2018, AirAsia customers with a Kasikorn Bank credit card who book flights and services on airasia.com have been able to make payments in installments. Card holders just need to click the “Installment Payment” menu to start the process, with KBank Smart Pay allowing payments to be divided by up to 10 months.

Kasikorn Bank’s K Plus service has 7.5 million users. 

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