Air Arabia, DIB launch online payment service
Dubai, July 4, 2009
Air Arabia, Middle east's first budget airline, and Dubai Islamic Bank (DIB), a leading Islamic bank, have launched a new ticket payment method for Air Arabia customers via DIB’s electronic banking channel.
Easy payments for Air Arabia tickets can now be made through DIB’s Al Islami online banking services.
Earlier this year, Air Arabia and DIB, signed an agreement to provide a fast and convenient ticket payment facility for Air Arabia customers.
DIB is currently in the process of enabling Air Arabia payments through the bank’s e-channel network, including mobile banking, phone banking, cash deposit machines (CDM), and automated teller machines (ATM).
“We are delighted to announce the new service, which further enhances the ease and convenience we offer to our customers seeking to travel to the 46 destinations we serve worldwide,” said Ali Al Hamdany, director of IT and corporate projects, Air Arabia.
In a highly competitive market, excellence in service, innovation and outstanding customer service play a significant role for a fast-growing airline like Air Arabia. This new payment service in conjunction with DIB will enable our customers to choose from a range of destinations and holiday packages from the comfort of their homes.”
Musabbah Al Qaizi, head of electronic banking, DIB, said: “DIB’s strengthened partnership with Air Arabia is a testament to our commitment to provide value-added services for our customers.”
“Air Arabia and DIB customers can now make their Air Arabia tickets payment through Al Islami online banking,” Al Qaizi continued.
“DIB’s partnership network is growing steadily and now includes alliances with numerous reputed companies and service providers. DIB continues to assess opportunities and add more electronic services, demonstrating our commitment to provide our client with unmatched services,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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