Flightbucks Becomes a Preferred Supplier of Thor, Inc.

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THOR, Inc., a travel services company, has announced the addition of Flightbucks as a preferred THOR services supplier. THOR suppliers provide its member travel agencies with special benefits and solutions. Flightbucks is dedicated to protecting passengers’ rights by holding airlines accountable through regulatory compliance. The company ensures that passengers get money (up to $850 per passenger) in the event of denied boarding, delay or cancellation of flights to, from or within Europe and Israel.

Flightbucks works on a no win no fee basis, and handle the process from start to finish. The claims can be filed with any carrier and they work with passengers all around the world.

THOR, Inc. is an international travel services company that has been providing travel services and products to leading travel providers since 1977. THOR, a Travelport company, offers discounted and commissionable worldwide supplier programs, which its member travel agencies use to make the best travel arrangements for their clients. These programs include the THOR Hotel Program, THOR Car Program, THOR Services Program, THOR Media Portal and Agent Connection, a global booking tool by THOR.

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Flightbucks is the only US-based company specializing in upholding the rights of passengers when it comes to airlines’ regulatory compliance. The company provides a team of legal and travel professionals who understand international regulations and airlines’ compensation procedures to aid its clients.

For more on THOR, visit www.thortravelservices.com. And for more on Flightbucks, visit www.flightbucks.com.

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