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MSA Pay Mobile App

Your U.S. Bank Multi Service Aviation Card has a new hangar

MSA Pay is the first mobile aviation payment app. It offers U.S. Bank Multi Service Aviation Card customers a simple, secure and efficient cardless payment option. With MSA Pay, pilots of private and business aircraft can pay for fueling and other services, and submit invoice copies to the back office without any extra paperwork and without ever leaving the cockpit. That improves the customer experience, minimizing wait time for pilots and passengers.

The app can be used for comprehensive flight planning, with clearly delineated access to passenger services as well as arrival and departure services for plane and crew.

Today MSA Pay enables U.S. Bank Multi Service Aviation cardholders to:

  • Review, approve or reject, and pay approved invoices
  • Locate nearby Fixed Base Operators (FBOs)
  • Make, confirm, modify and cancel reservations
  • Create pilot profiles
  • Add personal notes for pilots before arrival

 Here’s how it works:

  • The pilot notifies the FBO of any special needs and requests from the plane as they approach.
  • Once the FBO team completes its work, the pilot is notified that the plane is ready, and the invoice is presented through the app.
  • The pilot reviews and approves the invoice for payment; any discrepancies can be discussed and resolved before takeoff.

The app is now available through the Apple Store. Download today and contact your U.S. Bank Multi Service Aviation card administrator to get your organization using the first cardless payment solution for the general aviation space. 


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