Singapore Airlines reaches digital payment partnership with Adyen

Singapore airlines recently announced that it has partnered with Adyen, a leading global corporate payment platform, which can assist Singapore airlines in digital payments. Through the partnership, Adyen and sia will offer enhanced payment experiences every time customers book flights online or on their App.

In addition, the partnership will include access to Adyen’s credit CARDS without having to make payments across multiple third-party platforms。Singapore Airlines will take advantage of Adyen’s RevenueAccelerate.

The solution uses Adyen’s global cross-industry data network to block fraudulent transactions and smooth use for real travellers. In this way, Singapore Airlines can identify legitimate customers.

Warren Hayashi, President of Adyen Asia Pacific, said:

“At Adyen, we have seen that payment data can be the fuel for airlines to expand globally. Payment data remains a valuable resource for companies seeking to better understand their customers and raise revenue. Our goal is to provide Singapore Airlines with such a service, from the outset to provide customers with an excellent booking experience. ”

Founded in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, in 2006, Adyen is a member of the European Financial technology 20 Grand Unicorn Company. Using the services provided by Adyen, companies can avoid negotiating with payment providers in different countries, and is a modern online payment method. Adyen is a global payments company whose mission is to simplify and optimize global payment instruments to support the rapidly growing global economy. The difference between Adyen is that all payment methods are connected with a single system and the same operating interface is used on a global scale.

For most businesses, Adyen provides a seamless payment process to give users the best use experience.

Singapore Airlines said it had improved its licensing rate since working with Adyen, with more flexible fraud risk management and richer data insights.