Viva Air Teams Up With Dohop For Flight Connections Platform

Colombian low-cost airline Viva Air has launched Viva Mundo, a service that enables passengers to purchase multi-leg trips across airlines to reach destinations in the Americas not directly served by Viva Air. As part of this launch, Viva Air offers connections with airline partners such as Air Transat which means, via a single transaction, travelers can fly from Colombia or Peru (Viva Air’s main hubs) to airports in Florida and the Caribbean or Canada’s Quebec, Montreal and Toronto, besides other destinations.

Viva Mundo will be powered by the B2B travel technology provider Dohop, whose API-based interline technology generates the best fares and prices for users. It also allows travelers to book ancillary services such as baggage check-in, in-flight services and upgrades.

While the airlines retain customer ownership, bookings also include an assistance service by Dohop in case of flight delay or cancelation to ensure travelers arrive at their destination as quickly as possible at no additional cost. More airline additions are planned for the near future as Viva Mundo will be able to add new carriers to the platform without the need for code-sharing or traditional interline agreements.

Through this agreement, Viva Air can connect customers to a wider range of destinations without having to open new direct routes whilst also increasing revenue for the airline.

Pablo Madriñan, chief commercial officer of Viva group said: “Through this offering, we are further expanding opportunities to connect our passengers between South America and North America with a single transaction, therefore providing them more international travel options. We will continue to maintain our characteristic low prices on the routes operated directly by Viva.”

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