Expedia Airlines will start accepting credit cards for travel on the airline’s online travel booking platform, Expedia World, in the coming weeks, the airline announced.
The move will help expand the use of credit cards and increase the availability of international flights, including to destinations outside of the U.S.
Airlines can now accept credit cards as payment for tickets, but it was not clear whether Expedia would do so with fares, hotel and other perks.
Expedia said it will begin accepting credit card payments for international travel in the next few months, but the first customers to sign up for Expedia credit cards will not be offered any travel perks.
Travelers will be able to book flights using Expedia card and pay with the same credit cards, but they will not get the same perks as with other cards.
The move will give Expedia travelers more choice on how to pay for tickets and hotels.
Expanded travel offers could be easier to book than other options, like airline and hotel bookings, because the airline will not charge travelers a booking fee or have to pay a service charge for the trip, said Brian Fong, director of product management at Expedia.
Travelers will also be able see how many days it takes to arrive at the destination, and will be encouraged to book through Expedia instead of a travel agency.
In the U, Expense Club Travel will continue to accept credit and debit cards, including the popular American Express card.
Travelcards that can be used with the Expedia Travelcard can be booked through ExpenseClub.com.
The airline also announced a new loyalty program called Expedia Rewards, which is a membership card that is redeemable for loyalty points and rewards.
Expedia says it is targeting its new loyalty programs to travelers in the U., Europe and Japan.
The company said its U.K. customers can use its Expense Rewards program and its Expedia Club Travel program to book travel.
Travel to the U.-S.
and Canada, the company said, will be possible through the next year.
Expense members will also receive perks that they can redeem for on Expedia’s online shopping site.
Travel on Expense will also continue to be free on the company’s flights to the European Union, Canada, Australia and the U-K.
It said it is also exploring adding more frequent and frequent-flyer destinations to the list.
In addition to Expedia, the American Express credit card is also now accepted on Expensify flights.
Travelcard is a popular credit card that works with many credit cards in the United States and Canada.
Expensifier is a travel insurance provider, but Expensifies customers can also pay for their insurance directly on the card.
Expenses.com is a company that offers online travel planning, and Expensifiys offers the Expensified Travel Insurance service that allows customers to book and pay for travel insurance directly from the company.