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1. Cebu Pacific Tickets Can Now Be Purchased Through PayPal
Travellers can now purchase tickets for Cebu Pacific flights through PayPal. After selecting their flights at cebupacificair.com, passengers can choose PayPal at the payment page. To make payment through PayPal, they will simply need to login to their PayPal account and confirm payment, without having to enter their credit card or financial information. Cebu Pacific ticket itinerar
2. Agoda Now Offering PayPal Payment Options
Agoda Now Offering PayPal Payment Options. Agoda, an Asia-based online hotel reservation service, has signed up to PayPal in order to give customers more payment options. With 75 million active users in 190 markets, and a very strong presence in the UK, US and Australia, PayPal provides an popular online alternative to credit cards.
3. United Airlines to Accept PayPal for Inflight Purchases
United Airlines is set to become one of the first airlines in the world to accept PayPal as a payment option for inflight purchases. Starting next month, United customers on select flights will be able to simply show a flight attendant the PayPal QR Code in the PayPal app and use it to buy snacks, drinks and other inflight purchases while onboard, even when there is no WiFi availab
4. Singapore Airlines Partners PayPal for New Payment Option
Singapore Airlines Partners PayPal for New Payment Option. Singapore Airlines customers in Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Taiwan, Singapore and the US can now pay for their flights with PayPal on singaporeair.com. After booking Singapore Airlines flights online, travellers can now pay for tickets using their PayPal account in as few as three clicks and without the need to r
5. AirAsia X partners with PayPal
AirAsia X partners with PayPal. AirAsia X has signed up with ecommerce payment company PayPal. All AirAsia X customers can now purchase airfares and AirAsia X gift vouchers online through the easily accessible and electronically protected PayPal payment facility.
6. Continental Airlines links up with PayPal
Continental Airlines links up with PayPal. Continental Airlines customers with a PayPal account can use several different payment options to fund transactions, including PayPal account balances, bank accounts, debit cards, and credit cards, all while keeping their financial information private and secure.
7. SAS Adds PayPal One Touch as Payment Option
SAS has increased the payment options available to customers by offering PayPal One Touch as a solution. This allows SAS customers to choose the solution that best suits them, whether it be bank card, credit card, direct payment, invoice, or PayPal One Touch.
8. Japans ANA Adds PayPal as Payment Option
Japans All Nippon Airways (ANA) has added PayPal as a new payment method for online bookings. Since 12 December 2018, customers can select PayPal as their preferred payment method on ANAs website and smart application for international flights as well as Japan domestic trips, when booked at the same time as international flights.

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