Singapore's largest airline operator is turning to blockchain technology to boost spending of its loyalty program air miles.
Surf Air will accept bitcoin and ethereum to pay for its tickets going forward.
A major Russian airline is reportedly using blockchain to issue tickets as part of a bid to streamline its back office processes.
The International Air Transport Association has selected a blockchain startup as one of five trade-finance competition finalists.
Blockchain startup ShoCard has developed a proof-of-concept focused on digital identity in partnership with a major airline IT firm.
LOT Polish Airlines is now accepting bitcoin payments, meaning the digital currency can be used for flights to 60 global destinations.
UATP, an airline payment network owned by major international airlines, has partnered with bitcoin payment processor Bitnet.
AirBaltic may be the first airline to accept cryptocurrency, but the transaction fee is missing the point of bitcoin.
Politicians in Turkey are reportedly eyeing on launching the country's proprietary cryptocurrency.