Alaska Airlines Now Accepting Credit Cards Onboard
No need to worry about cash on many Alaska Airlines flights, as the airline has begun accepting credit cards and debit cards for in-flight purchases.
Point-of-sale devices, which allow flight attendants to process card payments for food and onboard entertainment such as movies, are now in place on 22 daily transcontinental Alaska Airlines flights. Alaska Airlines plans to expand the service further this fall and eventually accept cards on all flights.
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