Momondo, one of the fastest growing flight search and travel websites in Europe, is proud to announce their unique collaboration with Sensation Travel, offering travel arrangements to Sensation events around the globe. The collaboration marks Momondo’s biggest partnership agreement with an international organization since the travel site launched in 2006.
Since 2000, when the first Sensation event was organized, the event has grown into a constantly sold out event, with 40,000 visitors in the Amsterdam ArenA, including approximately 25% international visitors. Momondo is thrilled to join forces with Sensation Travel and offer dance lovers unique experiences not only in Amsterdam but all over the world. Sensation has expanded beyond Amsterdam, with shows in countries across Europe including Germany, Belgium, Russia and Spain and also abroad in Brazil, Chile[Marian Go1] , Australia. This year, Sensation will visit 18 countries on 4 continents.
“Sensation has become one of the leading dance events with visitors from around the world, which fits well with our ambition to be a global travel brand. Momondo has a unique platform for travelers and we are very excited to roll out this unique collaboration with Sensation Travel”, says Martin Lumbye, Partner at Momondo.
“Momondo fits perfectly with the look and feel of the ‘Sensation experience’. Both brands focus on an audience that has high expectations for a total experience—be it an experiential event or experiential travel. Momondo is free to use and offers the best travel search engine online, which enables us to reach a large international audience for our events”, says Marjorie Verlaan of Sensation Travel.
The secret of Sensation’s success is the ‘full experience’ that it is offering to its fans. This ‘full experience’ has been noticed abroad and is why Sensation continues to expand. This year, Sensation is excited to announce its premiere in New York on October 26th & 27th. Sensation Travel offers all-inclusive packages for Sensation events globally and is a logical consequence of this expansion.