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Published on Monday, May 24, 2021

Malaysia Airlines taps Fly Now Pay Later for flexible payment options

Malaysia Airlines has inked a partnership with UK based Fly Now Pay Later offering flexible payments for air travel and holidays.

Malaysia Airlines' customers can now choose to spread the cost of their trip over twelve months by selecting Fly Now Pay Later at the checkout on the Malaysia Airlines website.

"Buying travel should be as satisfying as the trip itself. For many, the upfront cost of a holiday can force consumers to hold back their spend, sacrificing the enjoyment of their trip." said Jasper Dykes, CEO of Fly Now Pay Later

"The past twelve months have put incredible strain on the sector, so it's important for us all to work together in a bid to help ignite and breathe new life into it."

It gives customers the flexibility to choose how and when they wish to pay..

Fly Now Pay Later recently secured a further £10m ($14m) in Series A funding, bringing its total funding to £45m ($62m).

Daniel Bainbridge, Malaysia Airlines Regional Manager for UK & Europe, said;  "Malaysia Airlines is always looking at solutions that will enhance our customer service offering further. Together with Fly Now Pay Later, we see a huge opportunity to do something innovative that helps travellers by offering a flexible, controlled and customer-centric option to spread to cost of paying for a holiday over a number of months."

"These customers seek opportunities to explore new destinations or visit family and friends abroad, and we want to ensure that the planning and payment process is as seamless as the rest of their journey with Malaysia Airlines."


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