Travelport renews long term agreement with East Sea Travel Group

10th Apr 2015
Travelport renews long term agreement with East Sea Travel Group

Travelport, a leading Travel Commerce Platform providing distribution, technology, payment and other solutions for the $7 trillion global travel and tourism industry has today announced the renewal of a multi-year contract with East Sea Travel Group, a leading European travel agency group.

East Sea Travel Group operates in the UK, France, Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland and specialises in travel to Asia. The company continues to grow its presence in Europe both organically and through acquisition.

The Group will continue to take advantage of Travelport’s ever-expanding inventory giving it real time access to approximately 400 airlines, including the leading LCCs, over 600,000 hotel properties (of which 500,000 are independents), 35,000 car rental locations, 55 cruise lines and tour operators and 12 major rail networks.

Mr. Le Anh Hung, Managing Director of East Sea Travel Group commented: “We are extremely pleased to have extended our relationship with Travelport, which has been our travel technology partner of choice for a number of years now. Travelport’s unrivalled content and innovative products fit perfectly with our mission to provide the most extensive choice possible to our customers.”

Marcin Pilarski, Travelport’s Managing Director, Eastern Europe added: “East Sea Travel has been a valued customer for many years and we have developed a lasting and meaningful relationship. I am also particularly pleased to be exploring new business opportunities with East Sea Travel Group in the payments space and beyond air, which are key areas of focus for Travelport.”



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