atrk
press enter to search

Kualanamu airport train launches cashless payment system

News Desk
News Desk

The Jakarta Post

Jakarta | Fri, August 3, 2018 | 02:03 pm
Kualanamu airport train launches cashless payment system

Kualanamu Airport Station in Medan, North Sumatra. (instagram.com/kabandara/File)

Airport train operator Railink launched on Wednesday a cashless payment system for passengers traveling to and from Kualanamu International Airport in Medan, North Sumatra.

Railink's Airport Railway Ticketing System (ARTS) requires passengers to book seats via the Railink mobile app, on its website or through payment machines at the railway station. Transactions can be conducted via credit cards, ATM transfers and DOKU Wallet.

The train tickets are currently not available for purchase via online booking platforms such as Traveloka, according to the operator's Instagram post.

Services at the railway station's ticketing booths stopped at the end of July.

Read also: Malindo Air opens new routes to Banda Aceh, Kualanamu

 

Travelers, untuk anda yang menjadi pelanggan setia KA Bandara Kualanamu, mulai 1 Agustus 2018 seluruh transaksi pembelian tiket #KABandaraKualanamu akan menggunakan sistem ARTS yang hanya melayani pembayaran non tunai/cash less seperti halnya pada #KABandaraSoetta. Loket ticketing di stasiun terakhir melayani penumpang sampai akhir Juli 2018. Travelers bisa memesan tiket langsung di stasiun dengan vending machine, atau untuk lebih praktis dan menghindari antrian dapat memesan tiket via aplikasi mobile Railink dan internet booking di reservation.railink.co.id. #stasiunbandara #soekarnohattaairport #travelwithrailink #railink #kabandarasoetta #wisata #traveling #travel #traveler #wonderfullindonesia #jakarta #sudirmanbaru #keretaapi #airporttrain #indonesia #transportasi #kabandarakualanamu #kualanamu #medan

A post shared by KA Bandara (@kabandara) on

Railink operational and technical director Purwanto HN told tempo.co that the ticketing system adopted technology that could be developed later on. (wir/kes)

Comments