Seoul, 13 January 2021: Travelport, a leading technology company serving the travel industry, today announced a multi-year renewal of its content agreement with Jeju Air, the country’s largest low-cost airline by both international as well as domestic passengers carried. The agreement also includes the continued use of Travelport’s Rich Content and Branding merchandizing solution.
Under the agreement, Travelport will continue to support Jeju Air by providing more than 68,000 Travelport-connected agencies servicing hundreds of millions of travelers around the world with real-time access to search, sell, and book its content and inventory.
Jeju Air will also continue to be one of some 275 airlines worldwide using Travelport’s Rich Content and Branding merchandizing tool, which gives travel agents a graphically rich experience when searching for and booking its branded fares, as well as greater access to its ancillary offers.
Myungsub Yoo, Managing Director, Jeju Air, commented: “We’ve seen great value in Travelport’s distribution and merchandizing technology to date. Looking to the future, it will be be more important than ever to showcase the full range of our products, to agencies across the breadth of our route network as travel recovers.”
Sue Carter, Head of Asia Pacific, Air Partners at Travelport, added: “Long-term extensions like the agreement we’ve just signed with Jeju Air are the clearest proof of mutual benefit. We look forward to supporting Jeju Air’s renewed growth for many more years to come.”
Jeju Air’s international traffic has grown rapidly since it began international services in 2018. As of end 2019, it served over 85 major routes in Asia and carried over 13 million passengers.