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Travelport Updates Trade on Smartpoint

Travelport Updates Trade on Smartpoint

Sinead Reilly and the Travelport team of Joanne Madden, David Conlon, Tara Haynes and Sharon Lyons brought the new Smartpoint product to the trade at The Marker Hotel last week. This was the final call of three Smartpoint presentations around Ireland.

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A trio of Travel Counsellors: Karen Morgan-Murphy, Mandy Walsh, and Sharon Tiernan-Murphy

Offering more content and allowing agents to upsell into aspects of the trade such as hotels and car hire and bookings for low-cost airlines at best available fares are among the many features of the product.

Jens Bachman-Air Canada, Tara Magee-British Airways,Sinead Reilly-Travelport and Aoife Gregg-United airlines.

Jens Bachman, Air Canada; Tara Magee, British Airways; Sinead Reilly, Travelport; and Aoife Gregg, United

Adding value and content to sales gives the agent the opportunity to impress the customer and therefore increase revenue for the agency.

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Catherine O’Keefe and Tom Britton, Marble City Travel, with Aoife Gregg, United

More than 150 airlines have so far signed up for Travelpoint Smartpoint including United, British Airways and Air Canada, with many more planning to get involved.

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Michael Flood is the Editor of Ireland's leading travel industry publication, Irish Travel Trade News. With more than 35 years experience, he has accumulated an in-depth knowledge of the airline industry and the travel and tourism world.

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