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T’Way Air lets passengers pay at convenience stores

T’Way Air said Monday that customers can now pay for their tickets in cash at convenience stores.

The service is for people having trouble paying for their flight tickets with credit cards or bank transfers online, such as non-Korean visitors, according to the Korean budget airline. Partnering convenience stores are GS25 and 7-Eleven.

Customers can book their flight tickets online and check “payment at convenience stores” as their payment option. After showing the clerk a payment code, customers can pay for the tickets with cash.


By Kim Jee-hee

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