Use Alternative Airlines to search for flights from a wide range of airlines and choose Masterpass as a payment method.
Masterpass isn't available with Alternative Airlines just yet. But hold tight! We're working on bringing Masterpass as a payment method very soon. In the meantime, here's our other payment methods.
Search for your flights with Alternative Airlines using the search form at the top of the page and pay for your flights with Masterpass. Alternative Airlines offers airline tickets from over 600 different airlines worldwide, all available to pay with your Masterpass digital wallet.
Alternative Airlines offer over 20 payment methods altogether! Take a look at every payment method we offer.
Masterpass is Mastercard's way of providing their customers with a way to shop online hassle-free. The digital payment service allows customers to buy flights quickly and easily with a simple sign in. All of your personal data is securely stored by Masterpass, so you don't have to waste your time inputting the same information over and over again.
You can add most major debit or credit cards to your Masterpass Wallet (not just Mastercard) and use this to buy flights on any device. Masterpass is available to use at millions of different retailers, both in-store and online, including flights at Alternative Airlines. Masterpass also have exclusive offers just for Masterpass customers!
All you need to create a Masterpass account is a valid phone number or email address, as well as a valid credit or debit card. Create a Masterpass account.
Yes, you can pay for flight using Masterpass. Simply use the search form at the top of the page to search for flights and select Masterpass as a payment method on the payment page.
You can pay for flights using Masterpass right here at Alternative Airlines! We offer over 20 different ways to pay for flights.
Yes. You can link a non-Mastercard card to Masterpass. You can add Mastercard, American Expess, Diners Club, Discover and JCB to your Masterpass digital wallet.
4th April 2018
Masterpass team up with Visa Checkout to gain a shiny new button
Masterpass hopes to join industry giants such as PayPal and Google Pay by becoming one of the buttons you see on a retailer such as Alternative Airline's checkout page. Instead of competing in this market solo, however, the world's largest card networks, Visa and Mastercard, are going to combine their strengths and add both their new online payment methods, Visa Checkout and Masterpass, as one single button. It is thought that American Express and Discover will collaborate in this venture. The cards are hoping to compete with the services offered by PayPal. However, this project is still in the early stages. The button is still being developed. Mastercard and Visa won’t start moving consumers enrolled in Masterpass and Masterpass to the new program until later this year.
22nd May 2017
Travel sites accept Masterpass
Online Travel Agencies and Travel sites are now accepting masterpass as a form of payment. Masterpass was launched in 2013 in the form of an app to let customers make their travel arrangements quickly and securely.