Amadeus GDS Access to Narita/Tokyo Transport

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Amadeus and Airport Transport Service Co., Ltd. (Airport Limousine), have signed a global technology and distribution partnership for a limousine bus ticket booking solution.  Travel agencies worldwide will be able to offer customers the option of pre-booking Airport Transport Service tickets between Narita Airport and the Tokyo Metropolitan Area, when they make flight and accommodation bookings on the Amadeus GDS.

“This partnership with Airport Transport Service is a significant milestone. It demonstrates the strength of our global reach and our ability to help travel operators to increase revenues and build their brand. We are thrilled to be selected as the exclusive technology partner to offer travelers the opportunity to book Airport Transport Service tickets in Japan. We look forward to developing a long term partnership with Airport Transport Service as they grow their business in the future,” David Brett, president of Amadeus Asia Pacific said

Amadeus said that between 40 to 80 percent of inbound travelers are unaware of transport choices to reach Central Tokyo until they arrive at Narita Airport. With this new Amadeus partnership, Airport Transport Service will have access to more than 100,000 new sales channels worldwide.

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