Travelport, Copa Airlines Sign Agreement

Travelport signed a new global full content agreement with Copa Airlines, subsidiary of Copa Holdings, S.A. The new multi-year agreement secures access to the airline’s full range of published fares and inventory for all Travelport-connected travel agents, corporate customers and online agencies worldwide booking through Galileo and Worldspan, with immediate effect.

"Through this partnership, we are delighted to provide our customers with full access to Copa fares and inventory through our Galileo and Worldspan distribution channels," said Jean Collier, vice president, airline services, Travelport GDS. "As a global marketplace for 63,000 travel agencies worldwide, Travelport is committed to providing full content for our customers and providing cost-effective and value-added distribution to all suppliers."

"Copa Airlines recognizes the high-yield value of Travelport's distribution channels, its strong global footprint and key online travel customers,” said Felipe Fabrega, director of distribution planning, Copa Airlines. “We are especially pleased to provide Travelport subscribers with access to our full content given the company’s ongoing expansion in Latin America.”

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