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UATP welcomes global airlines and travel industry leaders to attend Airline Distribution 2023. Airline Distribution 2023 will take place 7-9 March at The Liberty Hotel in Boston.
Uplift, the leading enterprise Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) solution, has announced that it is now accepted for payment by Airlines Reporting Corp. (ARC) through UATP, the underlying technology for the partnership.