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Travelport and Onur Air announce long term agreement

Posted 24 April 2017 · Add Comment

Travelport and Onur Air have announced a new, multi-year global full content agreement.

Onur Air, a Turkish low cost carrier, was founded in 1992 and is based at Istanbul Atatürk Airport. The carrier owns 30 aircraft, operating to 14 major domestic and 120 international destinations, across 25 countries.

Under the new agreement, Onur Air’s full content including its branded fares and ancillaries are live on Travelport’s unique Travel Commerce Platform for over 68,000 Travelport-connected travel agencies and corporate travel buyers around the world to search, sell and book.

Onur Air has also signed up to and joins a network of over 200 airlines, currently live on Travelport’s industry leading airline merchandising solution, Travelport Rich Content & Branding.  Travelport’s innovative solution, allows airlines to merchandise their full offering to Travelport-connected travel agencies around the world. Helping airlines to connect travellers to a world of travel choice, the technology  provides better opportunities for travel agents to upsell at the time of booking within the same workflow.

Elmira Tulunay, international sales manager at Onur Air, said: “This agreement with Travelport is a great opportunity for our business, as their pioneering technology will support us to more effectively satisfy the demands of our customers. Travelport’s solutions will increase our visibility and sales growth and maximize the level of personalization in our services. We are happy to start a very promising working relationship with Travelport.”

Philip Saunders, vice president, Air Commerce, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Travelport commented: “We are happy to announce this new agreement with Onur Air, a fantastic airline with a great value proposition.  We look forward to partnering with them to maximize their offering and grow their business via our powerful Travel Commerce Platform.”

 

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