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Crypto Travel Platform Accepting Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Verge, XLAB and Binance For Hotels & Flights Booking


With the acceptance of Bitcoin as a founding step, more online travel booking agencies are starting to bring more options for consumers using major cryptocurrencies like , Ethereum, Litecoin, Binance, Verge and XcelToken Plus.

Here is a list of online travel booking agencies that support cryptocurrencies as a payment method, along with the type of coins recognized:


Of all the online travel providers, XcelTrip, one of the very first blockchain based online travel platform, has been very vocal about their support for their customers and their continuous drive to help satisfy their wants. XcelTrip accepts Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Binance, Verge and its own native Utility Token XLAB (XcelToken Plus) for hotels and flights booking. This measure was taken primarily to fulfill their customers’ desires as many apparently were “very vocal about what they want, something we appreciate very much,” says CEO, Gyanendra Khadka. XcelTrip has over 800,000 hotels and 400+ airlines across over 90,000 destinations worldwide.


aBitSky is an online travel database that allows consumers to book airline tickets, search for hotels and find deals last minute around the world, including the likes of Italy, USA, Spain and much more. As for their views on cryptos, it appears that aBitSky accepts Bitcoin. They have also shared several tips on how to use Bitcoin for travel and payment purposes.


airBaltic is another online flight booking service that allows consumers to book over 50 different destinations. They have always prided themselves for being the first airline to accept Bitcoin, as early as 2014. The company also uses BitPay to ensure Bitcoins are accurately administered.


AirTreks has also shared the news that they will be accepting Bitcoin as a payment. In order to complete a payment, consumers are required to have any of the following Bitcoin wallets: BitPay, Copay, Bitcoin.com, Mycelium and Airbitz.


CheapAir supports Bitcoin, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash and Dash. Headquartered in Calabasas, CA, CheapAir’s team of 125 travel enthusiasts use cutting edge technology, a boatload of airfare data, and superior customer service to make it easier to buy affordable airline tickets. We’ve built a proprietary shopping engine that scours the web for the lowest prices in a simple, easy to navigate display. We’ll also tell you which flights have amenities and extra fees, so you can make sure you are comparing apples to apples. 


Destinia.com allegedly supports Bitcoin payments as well, however, some restrictions may apply regarding hotel, car and other rentals. They have also made it clear that despite the option of cryptos for payment, some destinations will be limited to credit cards.

Surf Air

Surf Air supposedly accepts Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin. The travel agency will only offer this option for memberships and charter requests. In order to use cryptocurrencies, consumers will have to choose a plan: Unlimited California or Texas, Unlimited U.S, Unlimited Europe or Unlimited Global and the application process is as simple as that. For more information, consumers are advised to reach out to Surf Air through [email protected].


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