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ExCeL London - 24-25 February 2021
After joining IATA’s Billing Settlement Plan, Cypriot carrier Cobalt Air has struck a deal with Amadeus to begin selling its fares globally through the GDS.
The airline, which operates four routes from the UK, will now be able to connect its brand with travel agencies and TMCs worldwide. It says the deal will allow it to reach new markets, partners and technology.
Paul Simmons, CCO of Cobalt Air, said: “By making our full content available to Amadeus’ global travel agency community, we are pleased to facilitate travel agency bookings on our award-winning airline. Cobalt greatly values the role of the trade, and this partnership further enhances that. We look forward to a long and prosperous partnership with Amadeus.”
Eva Karamanou, general manager for Greece and Cyprus and deputy regional manager of southern Europe at Amadeus, added: “Our aim in Amadeus is to support our airline and travel agency customers so that they can leverage the best technology in the marketplace in order to reach more travellers and drive more revenue. Cobalt Air can now benefit from our unparalleled global network of corporations, travel management companies, travel agents and market reach. We look forward to working alongside Cobalt Air to help grow its business in Greece, Cyprus and beyond.”