American Airlines has announced that it will stop cash transactions in Las Americas International Airport (AILA) from 18 February.
From the date indicated, all passengers flying on American Airlines must make use of credit or debit cards to carry out a transaction in the AILA, including the purchase of tickets or the payment of checked baggage, leading to three airports up to now. land under this new modality.
The information was announced by Mr. Oliver Bojos, general manager of American in the country, who said that removing cash transactions also reduces the complexity of work for agents, who no longer have to worry about dealing with money. , find the exact change or fill in a cash box at the end of the day.
In 2018, American Airlines discontinued the use of cash in its activities in Punta Cana and Puerto Plata as part of a global airline transition that works every day to provide a quality service quickly and efficiently.
The AILA joins the more than 50 airports around the world in which American no longer conducts cash transactions, including, next to the international airports of Punta Cana and Puerto Plata, the Miami International Airport, the John F. Kennedy International Airport of New York, Curaçao International Airport, Los Angeles International Airport and Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport, among others.
Currently, American offers direct flights from Santo Domingo to the cities of Miami (MIA) and Philadelphia (PHL), and from the summer of 2019 it flies directly to the airports of Dallas / Fort Worth (DFW) and Charlotte Douglas (CLT).