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Cathay Pacific appoints Adyen as its payments technology partner

Nurdianah Md Nur | Nov. 25, 2015
Adyen deliver a seamless payment experience to the airline’s passengers, across different devices and payment methods.

Hong Kong-based airline Cathay Pacific today (25 November 2015) announced that it has selected Adyen as its payments technology partner.

Adyen provides an end-to-end infrastructure that connects merchants directly to Visa, MasterCard, and 250 other payment methods globally.

Under the partnership, Adyen will deliver a consistent, frictionless payment experience for Cathay Pacific's passengers worldwide, regardless of the device and payment methods they choose. The Adyen payments platform will also enable the airline to make data-driven decisions to increase check out conversion and grow its revenue.

"Through our partnership with Adyen, we can now provide an optimal payment experience, regardless of where our passengers are, and the payment methods they prefer," said Catherine Hornby, Manager, Digital Retail for Cathay Pacific. "Because Adyen's rich functionality is all available in a single platform, we are able to quickly deploy new features and measure their impact globally."


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