Visa Checkout Goes Live on Air Canada

Visa Checkout Goes Live on Air Canada
07.07.2017 08:00 am

Visa Checkout Goes Live on Air Canada

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Visa today announced the availability of Visa Checkout with Air Canada, Canada's largest airline. With Visa Checkout, Air Canada customers can spend more time planning their trip and less time filling out payment and billing information.

With more than 22 million enrolled accounts worldwide, Visa Checkout enables millions of consumers to pay in just a few clicks, and only have to fill out payment and shipping information once. Visa Checkout is currently available on aircanada.com for desktop and mobile web formats and will be available on Air Canada's mobile app next year. Air Canada and Air Canada Vacations customers now have a simpler way to pay for tickets, seat upgrades or bag check fees online with Visa Checkout.

"At Air Canada, we are focused on making our customers' purchasing experience as convenient as possible. Integrating Visa Checkout as a payment option for both Air Canada and Air Canada Vacations offers our customers a quick, secure and easy checkout experience," said Duncan Bureau, Vice President, Global Sales, Air Canada.

"This summer, it will be faster and easier for Canadians to fly away with Air Canada, using Visa Checkout," said Stacey Madge, President and Country Manager, Visa Canada. "We are pleased to team up with Canada's largest airline to help make paying for travel online faster than ever."

Visa Checkout is live in 23 markets, including: U.S., Australia and Canada, where the product first launched in July 2014, as well as Argentina, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, France, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Poland, Singapore, Spain, South Africa and United Arab Emirates and United Kingdom.

The rapidly expanding list of merchants continues to make it easier for consumers to buy online, on any device, using Visa Checkout. 

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