Brussels Airlines, Belgium’s leading airline group, and online payment provider paysafecard group have teamed up to offer travelers a safe and easy way to pay for their flights on the Internet. Using the prepaid voucher Cash-Ticket, customers no longer have to give away credit card or bank account details to fly to a destination of their choice.
As a result of the partnership, everyone can now benefit from the airlines’ online offers. “By offering Cash-Ticket as an additional payment method, we are improving the service for our existing customers whilst reaching out to completely new target groups,” Rudy Maex, VP Channel Development & Service Delivery of Brussels Airlines, explains the benefits for his company and its customers.
According to Michael Mueller, CEO of paysafecard group, the implementation of the new payment method will help Brussels Airlines to reduce the number of customers who cancel their ticket order as soon as they have to enter credit card or bank account details online: “Statistics show that a high number of online shoppers ‘drop off’ at the merchants’ check-out pages before making a transaction”, he says. “Due to its safety and ease of use, Cash-Ticket helps reducing this number.”
The Cash-Ticket voucher can be purchased at about 50.000 outlets all over Europe and provides a 16 digit pin code. By simply entering the code on websites that accept Cash-Ticket as a payment method such as Brussels Airlines, customers can buy their goods quickly and securely within seconds. Users can also keep track of their balance and transactions online. The vouchers are available in denominations of € 10, € 20, € 50, € 100 and € 150 and up to ten Cash-Tickets can be used at once for larger payments, at a maximum of € 1.000 per payment.
Brussels Airlines, founded in 2006, offers flights to more than 120 destinations all over the world. By accepting Cash-Ticket as a payment method on their website www.brusselsairlines.com, the next business trip or holiday is now only a 16 digit pin code away.