Travelers are still waiting for the final frontier, as they wait for airlines to begin accepting the electronic ticketing system called Apple Pay.
As of Monday, there are more than 50 countries in the world without an official app for the digital currency, but Apple’s iOS wallet can only accept a limited number of coins.
There are now more than 300 million Apple Pay devices in use around the world.
The wait is even longer for flights.
There have been a series of announcements from Apple about how Apple Pay would work for passengers and airlines, but they are all still in the works.
On Monday, Apple said that it would begin accepting payments in the United States from November 1.
For now, the only country Apple Pay is accepted for in the U.S. is Canada.
Apple Pay is already available in Canada, but it will be only available in select carriers and cities.
There is no way to verify which airline or carrier will be using the payment method in your destination, according to Apple.
There is still no way for passengers to check their Apple Pay balance, according a spokesperson for Air Canada.
Air Canada’s statement on the Apple Pay situation comes a week after the United Kingdom’s biggest airline, British Airways, said it would start accepting the payment system in early 2018.
British Airways also announced it will start accepting Apple Pay on flights to the U, UK, France and Italy starting November 1, 2018.
Apple’s decision to start accepting payment in 2019 has sparked debate.
The digital currency has been criticized for being too slow for many people to pay for flights and other items in the past.
Apple Pay currently has about 1.2 million transactions per day, according an Apple spokesperson.
But there are still more than 100 countries where Apple Pay cannot be used.
The average transaction takes about 20 minutes, according the Apple spokesperson, and Apple is working to speed up Apple Pay payments in those countries.
The iPhone and iPad can accept Apple Pay, but some countries like the U of S have a ban on the payments method.
Apple recently introduced a feature that will allow customers to pay with the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus devices.