The airline based in Lusaka is the first to offer mobile money payment option in the state posing as a convenient, efficient and easy medium to get the tickets.
Speaking on the signing of the partnership agreement, Proflight Government and industry affairs officer, Captain Philip Lemba noted that the company is proud of being at the forefront of the new ideas and technology hence boosting customer service satisfaction.
“The partnership is a reflection of the synergies that exists between airlines and telecommunication companies across Africa in bringing innovations across the two industries,” Said Airtel money director, Brenda Thole
Airtel Money- Zambia accounts have increased to over 1.2 million and five million subscribers which the company has termed a milestone in the industry.
The new mobile money service is currently effective for the flight users.