The GTMC has welcomed Mystifly, the Bangalore-based travel consolidation and aggregation company, as its newest industry partner.
Known for being a leading business global airfare marketplace, Mystifly has been trading in the UK for five years and introduced MyFareBox, a global air ticketing platform, in 2012.
With upcoming plans to launch Azygos - a platform which optimises corporate air travel procurement and allows full management of sub-agent activity - next March, Mystifly joins the GTMC to capitalise on the industry networking opportunities membership will offer.
Paul Wait, chief executive, GTMC, commented: “Knowing that its online booking platforms work well for travel organisations of all sizes, we are delighted to welcome Mystifly to the fold.
“With our annual conference also taking place next month, we will be able to introduce the Mystifly team to potential new partners and help it forge closer relationships with our existing members.”
Since then, the flagship product has enabled thousands of users to access the best airfares consolidated from over 900 airlines, multiple global distribution systems and over 170 low-cost carriers.
Norman Gage, vice president of sales and marketing, Europe for MyFareBox, added: “The GTMC has established itself over the years as the voice of business travel.
“So, as we plan to roll out our newest travel offering across the UK, it makes sense for us to boost our profile amongst its unrivalled network of TMCs, suppliers and key industry stakeholders who could benefit from our newest product development.”