White Paper: Risky Business – Payments in the Airline Industry

20th May 2019
Contributor:
George Willis
George Willis

About the Whitepaper:

The findings of a holdbacks audit can be used to assist airlines and processors to find a common ground that, in times of stress, can support airlines to keep operating without processors having to compromise on risk. A “win-win” position for processors, airlines and – most importantly – their passengers.

This white paper will cover the key considerations that we look at when performing a holdback audit for airline clients. This, coupled with a holistic audit of card arrangements, can yield significantly improve arrangements for our clients in the airline industry.

Topics Covered Include:

Framing the Problem

We look at recent closures and compare the industry's average MSC.

Typical Areas of Analysis

Reviewing your holdback arrangements should be part of a holistic review.

Four Important Questions

We outline the four main questions airlines should be asking themselves.

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Risky Business – Payments in the Airline Industry

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