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Group Payments: the next form of payment on your checkout page

Date: 12 June, 6am ET/12pm Europe
Location: Online
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Split Payments or Group Payments are popular with younger generations for peer-to-peer transactions. 59% of Gen Z and Millennial travellers make group purchases of three or more, but frustrations arise when they have to pay the entire cost on one credit card at checkout, leading to failed transactions. As these younger consumers are now a key demographic for airlines and travel companies, how are Group Payments being adopted by the Travel Industry? Are they the next form of payment that your airline or travel business must accept to increase conversion? How do Split Payments work in the complicated airline and travel payments ecosystem? To tackle this issue, we enlisted Sam Flynn, who is CEO of Hands In, a Split Payments provider, as well as well known airline and travel payments expert, Paul van Alfen.

They shared how Split Payments work for travel sales and use cases of how they can help airlines and travel businesses to increase sales, conversion and improve the customer experience.


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Paul van Alfen

Managing Director,
Up in the Air – Travel Payment Consultancy


Sam Flynn

Hands In


Split Payments: airline & travel use cases

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