Travel technology company Travelport has expanded its multi-year agreement with TMC Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT).
Travelport said the deal “creates a long-term commercial framework to lead and define the working partnership” between the two companies “through to the next decade”.
The deal means CWT agents will have access to Travelport’s content inventory, which includes fares and ancillaries including for low-cost carriers.
Travelport said it will benefit from the agreement with new business from CWT in countries in Europe and the Pacific regions.
Travelport president and CEO Gordon Wilson, said: “This agreement with CWT represents a strong, long-term commitment to Travelport and expands the successful global partnership we have enjoyed now for many years.
“It clearly demonstrates how positively CWT views both our team and our travel commerce platform offering,” he added.
Doug Anderson, president and CEO, CWT, said: "At CWT, we know that to provide best-in-class support to our clients and their travelers, we must balance the latest digital technology with outstanding customer service, today and in the future. Our new agreement with Travelport allows us to continue to do just that."