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airberlin accepts PayPal as payment method

Germany’s second largest airline is constantly enhancing the service provided for its guests. From now on, airberlin will accept PayPal as a payment method on many bookings. “We would like to make travelling as easy as possible for our guests. PayPal acts as a digital purse, thus eliminating the laborious process of entering one’s bank details,” says Paul Gregorowitsch, Chief Commercial Officer at airberlin.

PayPal already has over twelve million active users in Germany. The user’s personal data are secure with PayPal, as if locked in a safety deposit box. By simply entering 
the user name and password, the amount owing on purchases is settled by means of the payment method stored safely in the user’s PayPal account.

airberlin is one of Europe’s leading airlines and flies to 151 destinations in 40 countries. The second largest airline in Germany carried more than 33 million passengers in 2012. airberlin offers a global route network through its strategic partnership with Etihad Airways, which has a 29.21% share in airberlin, and through membership of the oneworld® airline alliance. The airline with the award-winning service operates codeshare flights worldwide with 14 airlines. 
The fleet has an average age of five years and is among the most modern and eco-efficient in Europe.

PayPal is the faster, safer way to pay and get paid online. The service allows people to send payments without sharing financial information, with the flexibility to pay using their account balances, bank accounts (where available), credit and debit cards in various markets. PayPal is an eBay company and enables global e-commerce with over 
132 million active accounts in 193 markets and 25 currencies around the world. PayPal is headquartered in San Jose, California and its international headquarters is located in Singapore.

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