Blue Air is adding a new payment method: PayPoint terminals
Blue Air, the first smart flying airline with over 30 routes in Europe, announces the introduction of a new method of payment for air tickets. Thus, Blue Air customers can pay for their tickets safely and quickly through PayPoint terminals.
To be able to take advantage of the new payment method, passengers must select the payment option through PayPoint when purchasing online travel tickets through Blue Air's website. Subsequently, a document with a barcode and a reference code consisting of a character string is generated online. The customer goes to the nearest PayPoint partner store within a maximum of 24 hours from the date of the reservation, where he either gives the commercial agent the bar code on paper, to scan it, or communicates to him the reference code. The customer pays in cash and receives at the end a voucher issued by the terminal with all the details of the transaction (payment date, amount, location, supplier, etc.).
Simple, efficient and fast? For some yes, for others they will not or will choose other payment methods.
During 2014 / 2015, Blue Air operates the following destinations:
- from Bucharest: Barcelona, Bologna, Brussels, Catania, Dublin, Cologne, Larnaca, Liverpool, London, Madrid, Malaga, Milan, Naples, Nice, Paris, Rome, Stuttgart, Turin, Valencia
- from Bacau: Bologna, Brussels, Dublin, London, Milan, Paris, Rome, Turin
- from Sibiu: Stuttgart
Seasonal destinations - summer 2014: Antalya, Bodrum, Heraklion, Corfu, Lefkada, Zakynthos and Tel Aviv.
The 2014 / 2015 winter schedule is already available, and the airline tickets can be purchased online at www.blueairweb.com, through the Call Center or at the 3000 partner agencies in the country and abroad.
PayPoint is one of the major payment operators offering value added services internationally. The company is recognized for the advanced technology, for the services made available to consumers and for the leading position in collecting payments made through the networks of electronic terminals located in local shops.
Founded in 1997, the PayPoint Group processes over 775 millions of transactions worth over 14 billion pounds over 6.000 partners annually.
In Romania, PayPoint officially launched its cash collection service under its own brand in August 2008 and expanded its customer portfolio by signing partnerships with a number of companies from different sectors.
PayPoint services aim to meet the needs of consumers by offering secure, simple and fast payment solutions; to offer partner traders a valuable business opportunity; to allow the payment of invoices in a more efficient and secure way for the companies that issue them.