Worldline provides ecommerce solution for Brussels Airlines in India

Thursday 25 January 2018 08:29 CET | News

Brussels Airline, which recently added a non-stop flight between Brussels and Mumbai, has selected Worldline to develop an ecommerce solution for Indian passengers.

As electronic payments have doubled in India since last year, the possibility to book and pay flights online is a direct answer to a growing demand in the Indian market and will contribute to boosting the Indian and Belgian economies, while encouraging tourism and trade between the heart of Europe and India.

The connection between Brussels and Mumbai opened at the end of March 2017, offering 6 flights per week and serving more than 75,000 passengers traveling between the two cities in mid-December 2017.

Worldine’s solution allows Indian customers to book and pay their flight tickets online, in their own currency via local payment methods like Netbanking, with Rupay, a local payment scheme, and with Visa and Mastercard. Worldline provides access to all these payment solutions through its local payment gateway securely connected to local banks.

For more information about Worldline and for a complete list of its offerings or services, please visit our online payments company database

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