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Ryanair Sales Partnership with Polish OTA eSky Officially Goes Live

Ryanair has gone live with its sales partnership with Polish online travel agent (OTA) eSky; meaning its flights can now be booked on the eSky platform.

The deal – one of numerous Ryanair has announced with OTAs in recent months – was first announced in April.

Ryanair CMO, Dara Brady, said: “We’re delighted to be in Warsaw with the eSky team today to officially launch our partnership. This is great news for eSky customers who will now be able to book Ryanair’s low fares as part of their eSky booking with full price transparency (no overcharges or hidden mark-ups) and direct access to their booking through their myRyanair account.

With the peak summer season just around the corner, we look forward to seeing lots of happy eSky customers onboard our low fare Ryanair flights across 300 routes from our 13 Poland airports.”

  • Customers benefit from Ryanair’s low fares combined with eSky’s dynamic holiday packages.
  • Customers receive all flight-related communications directly from Ryanair, including T&Cs and important flight updates.
  • Customers have direct access to their myRyanair account to manage their booking.
  • Customers don’t have to complete Ryanair’s customer verification.
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eSky Group CEO, Łukasz Habaj, said: “It’s our pleasure to be here with Ryanair and announce that we’re finally live with our integration. This partnership underscores our commitment to bringing our customers value with stand-alone flights and City Break and Holiday packages. Ryanair’s extensive flight network and low prices will significantly contribute to our offering and strengthen the Lowest Price Guarantee on our Flight+Hotel offers.”

Geoff Percival
Geoff Percival
Geoff has worked in business, news, consumer and travel journalism for more than 25 years; having worked for and contributed to the likes of The Irish Examiner, Business & Finance, Business Plus, The Sunday Times, The Irish News, Senior Times, and The Sunday Tribune.

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