Ryanair adds the payment option through Apple Pay

Surely you all know the "low cost" airline Ryanair, well this company that was founded in 1985 by Tony Ryan, announced a few days ago the availability of payments through Apple's Apple Pay service.

It is curious that on Apple's Spanish website in its section for Apple Pay this company is not added among the existing ones that accept this payment method, but in an official Ryanair statement made by the spokesperson for the Irish airline, its compatibility for pay for flights through this safe, fast and efficient Cupertino guys payment system.

It is also possible that Apple does not announce it on its website because the payment of tickets through Apple Pay it can only be done from your mobile app for iOS. This is something that will surely change with the passing of the days and it is that we are before the first step of the company. Another important fact is that it is the first in Europe to add this payment option for its flights and include it in the Ryanair initiative "Always improving". Ryanair passengers with Apple Pay accounts will now have an easier, safer and more private way to pay for their Ryanair flights using Apple Pay, ensuring faster reservations, mobile boarding passes and a variety of in-app features.

Ryanair's own Robin Kiely, said,

Apple Pay is at the technological forefront in the payment of mobile devices; it's easy to install and makes it even easier for your users to pay for Ryanair flights. As Europe's favorite airline, we are delighted to offer our customers this innovative payment option, which is transforming payment methods through mobile devices, providing new avenues for consumers to book the lowest fares in Europe through the Ryanair app. 

I am not lying when I say that I would love to try this payment method using Apple Pay on Ryanair, but the problem in this regard is that I do not plan to make any trips this summer. In any case you can start making these payments through the official application of the airline.


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