Vision Airlines and Travelport Sign Deal

Travelport has announced a new distribution agreement with Vision Airlines. Through the agreement, Worldspan and Apollo-connected travel agents worldwide will gain access to the airline’s full published fares and inventory which includes 23 cities in the U.S.

“Vision Airlines is delighted to work with Travelport and enable Travelport agents to book Vision’s low-fares to great destinations,” said Vision’s COO, David Meers. “Travelport’s technology and its key customers were important factors in deciding to partner with Travelport.

“We are pleased to have signed this content agreement and to be able to give our travel agency customers access to Vision Airlines’ inventory,” said Dan Westbrook, vice president, Supplier Development, Travelport.

“It allows our agency customers to make use of the efficiency of the GDS when booking Vision Airlines and it immediately creates a broad new distribution channel for our airline partner. We are delighted to ensure our customers remain competitive and continue to have access to the best possible content,” Westbrook said.



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