Ryanair strikes distribution deal with Sabre

Technology company handles $110 billion sales a-year

Ryanair has agreed a deal with online distributor, Sabre, that will allow the airline to sell tickets to travel agents and corporations connected to the technology company’s system

Ryanair has agreed a deal with online distributor, Sabre, that will allow the airline to sell tickets to travel agents and corporations connected to the technology company’s system

 

Ryanair has agreed a deal with online distributor, Sabre, that will allow the airline to sell tickets to travel agents and corporations connected to the technology company’s system.

The move, the latest in a number of such deals struck by the airline since last year, will allow Ryanair to target more business customers.

Sabre’s system handles the sale of over $110 billion worth of airline tickets, rail fares, hotel rooms and and car rentals to travel agents and companies every year.

Welcoming the deal, Ryanair’s chief marketing officer, Kenny Jacobs said: “Ryanair is pleased to work with Sabre as we continue to improve our offering to an even wider range of business and corporate customers”.

Harald Eisenaecher, senior vice president, Sabre Travel Network acknowledged that Ryanair has become popular with corporate travellers.

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