WestJet and Travelport Sign Agreement

canadaTravelport and WestJet report the early renewal of their long-term full content agreement. Through this agreement, WestJet’s content, fare families, and optional services (including prepaid seats) will be available to Travelport-connected travel agents in Canada via Travelport Smartpoint App, Travelport Agencia and Travelport Universal Desktop

For Travelport-connected agents in the U.S. WestJet content will be available via Travelport Smartpoint App and Travelport Universal Desktop.

Travelport Agencia is an advanced web-based application that allows agents to shop, book and modify WestJet’s full content and optional services obtained through the WestJet Direct API, along with global airline content from the Apollo GDS. Agencia will conform to all of WestJet’s display requirements, guaranteeing Agencia users continued access to WestJet‘s Econo Fares and all other WestJet fares and optional services, Travelport says.  

Currently WestJet and Travelport are targeting Q4 of 2013 for deployment of WestJet’s API content which would include prepaid seats and the ability to book seats included in WestJet’s Plus Fare. 

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