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Ebookers Commits to Travelport in France

Ebookers Commits to Travelport in France

Travelport has announced the successful migration of ebookers to its search and shopping product in France. As a result, ebookers customers using the French website now have access to Traveport’s travel content, supported by advanced technology such as Travelport e-Pricing, the fare shopping tool.

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“Ebookers always aims to offer our customers the best online experience in terms of quality of content, speed of search and ease of booking, and we continually test the various technologies available to achieve this goal,” said Steven Rice, Senior Commercial Director at ebookers. “The ebookers and Travelport teams have collaborated excellently to tailor a product that has resulted in a great e-commerce experience for our French customers.”

Jason Clarke, Travelport’s Managing Director for Europe and Brazil, said: “The work to migrate an operation the size of ebookers should not be underestimated and the success we have had is a direct result of the partnership by both organisations and the high quality of our technology. We are looking forward to further strengthening our relationship with ebookers in Europe over the months to come.”

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, copywriter, editor and proofreader for 52 years, and News & Features Editor for ‘Irish Travel Trade News’ for the past 42 years.

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