Travelport seals Zuji deal

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Mark Meehan pens the deal with Jacob Jiang
Mark Meehan pens the deal with Jacob Jiang

Travelport will continue to supply its GDS content to Zuji, the Asia-focused online travel agency, following the extension of their existing partnership.

This will provide users with access to an extensive array of travel content from more than 400 airlines and 650,000 hotel properties, plus car rental, rail and cruise options. More than 200 of the airlines will offer branded fares and ancillary services.

“As online booking is very often the preferred method for travel purchases in Southeast Asia, Travelport is excited to be able to provide distribution and content support for our partners,” said Mark Meehan, Travelport’s managing director for Asia Pacific.

“We are also investing in the online and travel technology space in this region which continues to be the fastest growing in the world. We are thrilled that Zuji recognises the value of what we have built together and are keen to continue working with us into the future.”

Jacob Jiang, commercial director of Zuji’s parent company, Uriel Aviation Holdings, commented; “With Travelport’s impressive content, technology and solutions, we look forward to exploring further growth opportunities in the online travel space.”

Zuji is one of 68,000 online and traditional travel agencies connected to Travelport.
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