Norfolk International Airport in Virginia is now accepting MasterCard PayPass at the airport’s 10 exit lanes serving some 7,200 parking spaces. Affiliated Computer Services, Dallas, is managing the implementation.
The new payment option will help customers move through the parking lines quicker, said Cathleen Conforti, senior vice president of Global PayPass at MasterCard Worldwide.
ACS’ airport revenue control solutions will continue to accept traditional magnetic-stripe payment cards and work with all payment card providers.
“After long flights, passengers are eager to get to their final destinations,” said Wayne E. Shank, deputy executive director of Norfolk International. “Accepting MasterCard PayPass at our airport parking exit lanes helps them do so by providing a payment option that promises greater speed and convenience.”
“Airport parking is an ideal setting for contactless payments because this technology streamlines a sometimes time-consuming activity for clients who frequently do not have time to spare,” added Dave Amoriell, president of ACS Transportation Solutions.