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CityJet Signs Distribution Agreement with Travelport

CityJet Signs Distribution Agreement with Travelport

Travelport and CityJet have announced the successful complete integration of the airline with the GDS. This enables Travelport-connected travel agencies using Galileo and Worldspan to take advantage of the seamless bookability of CityJet fares and ancillaries within their normal workflow.

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Christine Oumieres, Chief Executive, CityJet

 

The Dublin-based airline operates around 700 flights a week to several destinations across Europe. Its operational hub is London City Airport with additional tertiary networks from Cardiff Airport and Cambridge International Airport. CityJet recently celebrated 20 years of service and introduced a CityJet IATA operating code, WX, to its network.

“As a truly independent European airline, we believe that we can reach new heights by tapping into the valuable travel agency distribution channel,” said Christine Ourmières, Chief Executive, CityJet. “Travelport is one of the world’s leading distribution providers. We look forward to strengthening our relationship as well as taking advantage of its strong industry expertise and global reach.”

Sinead Reilly, Country Manager – Ireland, Travelport, said: “The successful implementation of CityJet highlights our commitment to our travel agency customers. We look forward to working with our valued airline partner to maximise their exposure to travel agents and increase the accessibility of their fares.”

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, editor and proofreader for 53 years, and ITTN's News & Features Editor for 43 years. His travel blog is at www.thetravelbuddhist.com.

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