Travel Leaders Expands Internationally With LCC Deal

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Travel Leaders Group has signed a new exclusive cooperation agreement with Lufthansa City Center (LCC), a global franchise network of independent travel agencies based in Frankfurt, Germany.

LCC operates in more than 90 countries around the world and the agreement is an important step toward better serving corporate accounts that have office locations in markets where Travel Leaders Group does not have a local presence, Travel Leaders said. With over US $21 billion in annual sales, Travel Leaders Group is one of the largest business travel organizations in the United States, while LCC is Europes largest and most established travel network.

We are very pleased to partner with LCC in serving our global corporate clients, said Ninan Chacko, CEO of Travel Leaders Group, in a written release. Our exclusive agreement extends Travel Leaders Groups international reach, significantly, by providing additional local presence in hundreds of cities around the world – ultimately benefiting our corporate clients. It also represents a tremendous opportunity within the corporate sector for acquiring new international customers.

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Travel Leaders Group also offers MICE services, data and analytics, VIP and leisure travel, as well as strategic meetings management.  In addition, the new cooperation agreement offers added value to LCC partners who are members of the International Global Business Travel Solution, Travel Leaders said. Global Travel is the specialist brand for multinational corporate customers at LCC.

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