Airphil, I-Remit form partnership
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Airphil Express, a fast-growing budget airline, has signed a partnership agreement with I-Remit, the largest non-bank Filipino-owned remittance company.
I-Remit will be accepting payments for all Airphil Express domestic and international (Singapore-Manila only) flight bookings.
Airphil Express operates domestic services with more than 23 local flights from Manila alone and international flights.
Through the partnership, Filipinos overseas and foreign passengers may settle their flight booking payments at I-Remit Singapore office starting Friday and, soon, through its partners and affiliates worldwide.
The remittance company has a growing network in 27 countries in the Asia-Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and North America.
“This collaboration is a product of Airphil Express and I-Remit’s commitment to give additional services especially to our hardworking OFWs,” said Alfredo Herrera, Airphil Express senior vice president for marketing and sales.
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