What did Tianjin Airlines need?
Tianjin Airlines needed a payment partner with global payment coverage to help them enter new international markets. They needed a provider with experience in the airline sector to guide their payment strategy and one that offered a wide range of transaction currencies to penetrate their new markets.
Here is how Worldpay has helped Tianjin Airlines since 2016...
A global solution:
Tianjin Airlines needed a payment partner with global payment coverage to help them enter new international markets. They need a provider with experience in the airline sector to guide their payment strategy and one that offered a wide range of transaction currencies to penetrate their new markets. Worldpay offers worldwide acquiring capabilities including their new hubs.
A trusted payment partner:
The collaborative relationship between Worldpay and Tianjin Airlines is based on reliability international coverage. Tianjin Airlines can now compete more effectively with other global airlines, penetrating new markets while keeping their overheads low.
Strong partnerships deliver results:
Worldpay’s integration with Accelya and Amadeus offers reduced deployment time. Through a single connection, Worldpay can help extend Tianjin Airlines’s payment offering in New Zealand, Europe and across Asia.
Leader in airline payments:
As an expert with more than 25 years of experience in airline payments, Worldpay is working with Tianjin Airlines to support its payment strategy. This year, Worldpay began processing eCommerce transactions for the carrier and Tianjin Airlines is an advocate of Worldpay’s services.
About Tianjin Airlines
Tianjin Airlines Company Limited (hereinafter referred to as Tianjin Airlines) was founded on 8 June 2009. Holding the brand image of “all ways with you”, Tianjin Airlines aims to provide convenient service and product, create a wonderful travelling experience with passengers. Tianjin Airlines’s network is spread all over China, connecting Japan, Korea, Russia, Thailand and other countries and regions and including direct flights to the UK and New Zealand. With flights to over 100 cities in the world, the annual passenger volume in 2017 reached over 13 million journeys.