Travelport bags five in APAC

Travel Daily Media | February 18, 2020

UK based travel tech firm Travelport announced new partnerships with five airlines today. The announcement flows the signing of multi-year agreements with Regional Express (Australia), Solomon Airlines (Solomon Islands), Air Vanuatu (Vanuatu), Samoa Airways (Samoa) and Air Tahiti Nui (French Polynesia). The upgraded contracts will see the Pacific region airlines extend their relationships with Travelport, supporting them with access to in excess of 68,000 agencies worldwide and reaching hundreds of millions of potential customers.

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