Chinese Internet third-party payment service provider Alipay announced that they had reached cooperation with an additional ten overseas airports.
Those airports are Germany's Munich Airport, Singapore's Changi Airport, Japan's Narita International Airport, Japan's Kansai International Airport, South Korea's Incheon International Airport, New Zealand's Auckland Airport, Thailand's Suvarnabhumi Airport, Hong Kong International Airport, Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, and Macau International Airport. Starting from October 2016, those ten overseas airports will accept payments via Alipay.
This is reportedly the largest-scale cooperation between a Chinese Internet company and the global aviation industry.
In addition, Alipay plans to promote "future airport" in the world and to deploy its payment, big data, and cloud computing capaci...
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