Pay for your United Airlines flight tickets with Apple Pay

Apple Pay is now available to users of the United Airlines airline iOS app. The airline company United Airlines now offers Apple Pay among its payment solutions on the web, after launching it on its mobile application.

Apple Pay customers can quickly, easily and securely pay for airline tickets and complimentary items, such as hold baggage or seats with more legroom, using Apple Pay. Adding this payment option to the United app will serve to further improve customer comfort which is a priority before, during and after travel.

Star Alliance alliance company customers will simply need to connect their debit card to Apple Pay once only, after which they can authorize payments in the United app using a fingerprint (Touch ID) or face scan (Face ID).

Security and privacy are at the heart of Apple Pay

When customers use a debit card with Apple Pay, the actual card number is not stored on the device or on Apple servers. Instead, a unique device account number is assigned, encrypted, and stored securely in the Secure Element of the device. Each transaction is authorized with a unique dynamic security code.

Apple Pay has been added to existing United app functionality, including updated information on flights, flight reservations, online check-in and seat reservations.

The secure payment solution Apple Pay now allows the US airline’s customers to pay for their airline tickets online with just two taps and seconds. When paying for the order, owners of portable or non-portable Apple computers will see a “Pay with Apple Pay” button appear on their screen, then they will select the payment card of their choice and authorize secure payment by recognizing their digital print.

United specifies for Apple Mac users that the function is automatically transferred to the iPhone where their fingerprint can be read via Touch ID, or to their Apple Watch – without ever having to enter their card details banking.

United Airlines’s expanded package offers customers, families and business travelers even more ways to book and pay for airline tickets on the United app, which has been downloaded by millions of passengers. Its customers with Apple Pay accounts now have a simple, secure and private way to pay for their flights using Apple Pay, ensuring even faster reservations, mobile boarding passes and multiple in-app features.

Apple Pay is at the forefront of mobile payment technology, easy to set up and making payment for flights even easier for the passengers of the American company.

United has therefore added Apple Pay to its payment methods, which transforms mobile payments with a payment method that is simple, secure and private, fast and convenient. Passengers can now use this solution for the purchase of airline tickets and optional services on the United.com mobile website and by using its mobile application.

Apple Pay is available to customers using iOS mobile devices worldwide, in markets where Apple has implemented the payment method. Security and privacy are at the heart of Apple Pay. When you use a credit or debit card with this payment method, the actual card numbers are not stored on the device or on Apple’s servers. Instead, a unique device account number is assigned, encrypted, and stored securely in the secure element of your device. Each transaction is authorized with a unique dynamic security code.

Apple Pay is widely used in several countries, and for United, it is a natural addition to the payment methods available to the growing number of customers using services with Apple mobile devices. Mobile payments are growing in popularity and are integrating well with digital services.

Call Pay payment technology is now available to purchase Unied airline tickets using an iPhone.
Travelers can also use Apple Pay to purchase other services on the US company’s site. Apple Pay is a reliable payment service linked to users’ credit cards like PayPal or Venmo.

New Apple credit cards and Apple Cash accounts can also be used through Apple Pay. Travelers can also save their e-tickets purchased on United.com via their iPhone’s Apple Wallet.

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