Jetlines has reached agreements with two companies to supplement its approach to selling tickets directly through the Jetlines website.
Jetlines has signed an agreement with online travel content aggregator, which directly links hundreds of travel suppliers to OTAs, online corporate booking tools, travel search and Mobile services.
The carrier will also enter into an agreement with Google Flights, which enables flight bookings from more than 300 airline and online travel agency partners. It has the built-in capability to book one-way, round-trip, and multi-city tickets.
Jetlines has also reached deals with CarTrawler and Booking.com, giving passengers access to ground transportation and accommodations when they book their flights.
“We are determined to make travel easy and affordable to Canadians in a very open and honest way,” said Jordi Porcel, Chief Sales, Marketing, and Customer Experience Officer for Jetlines.
“We want to give our future customers the optionality of when and how they purchase their Jetlines’ tickets, and what ancillary products or services they may want to add when travelling with us.”
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