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interCaribbean Airways now accepting PayPal

interCaribbean Airways has made it easier for customers to book flights and pay for tickets with the use of their PayPal accounts.

“interCaribbean customers from all over the world can use their PayPal account funds, or their credit or debit cards, or a bank account tied to the user’s PayPal account for making the payment. With PayPal, no need to type the card number or expose financial information saving time and increasing security while expediting the booking,” the regional carrier stated in a release.

Headquartered in San Jose, California, PayPal aims to provide secure, fast and easy payments and purchases online to its over 280 million customers worldwide. (Photo: Forbes)

In addition, customers who make changes through interCaribbean’s online portal may also use PayPal.

With over 280 million customers worldwide, PayPal aims to provide secure, fast and easy payments and purchases online.

“interCaribbean customers from all over the world can use their PayPal account funds, or their credit or debit cards, or a bank account tied to the users PayPal account for making the payment.” 

— interCaribbean Airways

For this reason, Trevor Sadler, CEO, interCaribbean Airways Ltd, remarked: “Payment convenience is a key important element in delivering to our customers.”

He said, in addition, that it is critical to have “multiple forms of payments worldwide” as it ensures the airline’s customers are satisfied.

CEO of interCaribbean Airways Trevor Sadler. (File photo)

interCaribbean operates flight in the Turks & Caicos, Antigua, the British Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Haiti, Jamaica, The Bahamas, Dominica, St Lucia, and Sint Maarten.

The company also offers domestic flights in Jamaica, between Kingston and Montego Bay, as well as within the Turks & Caicos Islands.