Travel TechnologyIt signs on three more airline partners on multi-year content agreements

Travelport expands reach in Pacific-region

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Travelport has strengthened its presence in the Pacific region, adding three more airline partners on multi-year content agreements.
Travelport has strengthened its presence in the Pacific region, adding three more airline partners on multi-year content agreements. Photo Credit: Getty Images

SYDNEY – Travel technology company Travelport has inked inked multi-year content agreements with three more airline partners in the Pacific region, following its recent signing with five other Pacific carriers in February.

The agreements are with Australia-based Fly Corporate and Fly Pelican and New Zealand-based Air Chathams.

The agreement enable the airlines to connect to more than 68,000 agencies around the world and provide real-time access to search, sell and book their content and inventory.

Fly Corporate CEO Andrew Major said that the technology platform will support its “ambitious growth objectives” to be “an airline of choice of regional communities”.

“We are excited to welcome three more carriers to join us in the Pacific region, where we have a strong presence in both the airline and agency sectors. 2020 will be a year of both challenges and opportunities to the regional travel industry. We are fully prepared to help our partners grow and prosper leveraging our global network, innovative technologies and seamless support,” Chris Ramm, vice president, Asia Pacific, Air Partners, Travelport.

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