Travelport GDS and Aegean Sign

Travelport GDS and leading Greek carrier, Aegean Airlines, announced details of a new, multi-year full content agreement that will benefit Worldspan and Galileo agents. Under the new agreement, the airline will provide all Travelport GDS-connected travel agents around the world with its full, published inventory, including its former web-only fares.

Aegean Airlines operates 47 domestic and international routes with more than 200 daily flights.  It uses brand new Airbus A320s and A321s and by May 2009, its scheduled fleet will have an average age of only two years.

“As a result of this new commercial agreement, Travelport will be distributing our full range of content through their very extensive worldwide network of travel agency customers, including the fares we previously only made available on our own website," said Dimitris Gerogiannis, managing director of Aegean Airlines. "We believe the extent of their global footprint will really help us to achieve our ambitious growth plans in the months and years ahead.”

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