Book a Flight with Bitcoin

Now you can pay for flights using Bitcoin

Good news for anyone who wants to book a flight with Bitcoin. CheapAir is now accepting cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin and Dash!

In recent months, Bitcoin is slowly becoming more widely accepted as a payment option for retailers and merchants. Paying for everyday expense like flights can circumvent costs of currency conversion, ATM withdrawal fees, transactions fees, and fraud.

The online travel booking website CheapAir has been accepting Bitcoin to book flights since 2014 however, recent additions to the payment service include Bitcoin Cash and Dash.

Since adding Bitcoin as a payment option for flights, CheapAir.com has seen a huge increase in Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency related sales.

So what can you pay for with CheapAir?

  • The California-based company offers flights on all major airlines and to all major airports worldwide. Book Flights Here
  • They also accept Bitcoin payments for all hotel bookings worldwide. Book Accomodation Here
  • Not only does CheapAir accept Bitcoin for Flights and Hotels, but also car rentals.

The CEO of CheapAir Jeff Klee said,

“We’ve had some success with bitcoin, we’ve gotten some new customers there – enthusiastic customers. We’ve gotten a great response since we began accepting bitcoin”

Coinbase was originally the the payment processor provider for all cryptocurrency transaction on CheapAir. However, they announced on Friday they will be integrating with Bitpay. The new integration of Bitpay allows customers to pay for flights with Bitcoin Cash and Dash.

It’s not just flights you can book with Bitcoin but you can also book hotels and pay for them with Bitcoin. I tried this out today and I was able to book the Aria hotel in Las Vegas for 7 nights. I did not complete the transaction but it gave me the choice to pay in Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin and Dash. Apparently they plan to add more Altcoin options in the future.

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