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Wizz Air partners with Worldline to fuel future growth

Wizz Air partners with Worldline to fuel future growth

Worldline has been selected as partner and payments provider to Wizz Air. Building on its heritage in the airlines & travel industry, Worldline will deploy its comprehensive payment services solution to meet Wizz Air’s unique requirements, as it has for many of the largest and most multi-faceted airlines in the sector.

Wizz Air, Europe’s fastest growing and most environmentally sustainable airline globally, will take advantage of Worldline’s unique TravelHub solution, a single scalable connection providing access to over 150 payment methods and currencies, multi-acquiring, tokenisation, and a range of fraud prevention services, all through a single reporting and settlement channel.

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Worldline’s TravelHub will support Wizz Air’s growth and expansion and provide Wizz Air access to a wide range of acquirers and other payment services, including local payment methods. Worldline is planning to help Wizz Air to offset and mitigate the risks and challenges that have emerged in recent years across the sector. Worldline’s multi-acquiring services will help build the foundations to manage and mitigate risk in the future.

The deal will see Worldline processing across Europe for Wizz Air, ensuring the airline can take advantage of Worldline’s continued investment in innovation and geo-expansions across various new markets. 

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“We are proud that an organisation as ambitious as Wizz Air has selected Worldline to be their partner of choice in meeting their payment requirements. Our secure and cutting-edge TravelHub payment solution, in conjunction with our highly experienced team of payment experts, will help them achieve the success to which they aspire,” Damien Cramer, Global Head of Travel & Airlines, Digital Commerce at Worldline, said.

“We are looking forward to our future cooperation with Worldline, to continue building our robust and flexible payment infrastructure, ultimately supporting a seamless payment processing and customer experience for our customers, and supporting payment and finance processes. Our goal is to enable the best possible payment infrastructure and options with the most resilient and effective features and providers, which fits well with our strategy to improve efficiency in all possible areas, including payment processing,” Tamas Szegedi, Senior Treasury Back Office Manager, Wizz Air, added.

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