Dec 21, 2015

ETIHAD AIRWAYS INTRODUCES BANK TRANSFER PAYMENT OPTION IN MALAYSIA

 

I have news for those of you who like to travel on Etihad Airways!!! The national airline of the United Arab Emirates, has introduced a bank transfer payment option for bookings made on etihad.com.

The new payment option is definitely a very convenient option for guests who prefer to pay for flights with cash.


Etihad Airways’ General Manager for Malaysia, Dave Walsh, said: “The introduction of a bank transfer payment option enables Etihad Airways to offer our guests more choice.

“Bank transfers are a convenient option for making cash payments and are a popular payment method in Malaysia.


“Overseas travellers now have more options for booking and paying for flights on etihad.com 24 hours a day, seven days a week.”

Guests simply select the ‘Bank Transfer’ payment method when booking a flight at etihad.com and they will be given 24 hours to complete the bank transfer.


Travellers from Malaysia who book on etihad.com can also pay with credit/debit cards and PayPal.  How is that... now it is so much more convenient right!!!!  

Now to plan my trip with Etihad Airways... where can I go....hmmmm....

(pics are sourced from google.com and belong to Etihad Airways and respective owners...and not mine... just using for decorative purposes)


10 comments:

  1. so convenient! the one we have even charge RM80 just for single credit card payment. haih!!!!

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  2. is it the bank transfer means no extra payment? wish i can fly this airlines too

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    1. I have no idea... I am just the middle person sharing some info I came across... LOL

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  3. Woots..i wish i can board onto this airline too :P bank transfer gonna be great to save some $$

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  4. So, where r u flying to with Etihad?

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    1. to dreamland.... hahahah but I really hope I can fly on this airline soon... Dubai would be an amazing place to visit... huhuhu... any sponsors??? #shameless #mukatakmalu

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  5. I never fly with this airline before..

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  6. When you find a flight, ask an agent if it is a "code-share" flight. That means the same flight is offered by two different airlines. Copy down the name of the other airline and check into what they are charging. Only one of the airlines will be operating the flight. The actual operator always offers this flight for less, so book with them. thy u├žak bileti

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