Interjet and Travelport Sign Long-term Partnership Agreement
Interjet Airlines announced a long-term partnership agreement with Travelport, a leading provider of distribution, technology, payment and other solutions for the $7 trillion global travel and tourism industry. Interjet will deploy the Travelport Rich Content and Branding and Merchandising Management Portal solutions. The Rich Content and Branding package offers Interjet the ability to display graphical content for fares and a full range of ancillary products. The Merchandise Management Portal presents customers with various fare offerings at pre-determined times to drive real value and conversions.
“We are very excited about our new partnership with Travelport,” said José Luis Garza, Chief Executive Officer Interjet. “This alliance is a big step forward for Interjet and these new commerce platforms will not only help drive revenue and profitability but also allow us to showcase our unique brand of lower prices with free checked bags on select fares, more legroom between seats and great service to more business and leisure travelers.”
"We are very pleased to formalize this alliance with Travelport,” added Julio Gamero, Chief Commercial Officer of Interjet. “This agreement allows us to strengthen our omnichannel content strategy which will give Interjet better distribution in the international market, improve user experience while consolidating our growth worldwide.”
Carlos Molina, Travelport's Director of Air Commerce for America’s stated, "Having Interjet within our platform represents an excellent benefit for agencies and buyers of travel since Interjet can offer them more content and connectivity for reserving and purchasing air tickets.
Said Luis Cabrera, Country Manager of Travelport Mexico and Director of Partnerships for Latin America, “Our partnership approach is based on the ability of Interjet to offer their customers unique value propositions that allows them to increase revenue and profitability for any segment while offering an integral service between Interjet and their customers.”