Travelport, a leading Travel Commerce Platform providing distribution, technology, payment and other solutions for the $8 trillion global travel and tourism industry has announced a number of new business wins with renowned travel agencies based in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
The signing ceremony took place after a comprehensive technology workshop and series of live demonstrations which showcased Travelport’s technology and travel commerce platform capabilities. The occasion took place at Travelport’s Beirut office in Lebanon and was attended by the recently acquired travel agency customers: Safe Travel, Rahlty Travel and Orient House Travel.
- Safe Travel is a leading travel agency and member of the Al Hamid Group which specializes in customized, tailor-made and complex itineraries for both individual clients and groups;
- Rahlty Travel has been operating since 2008 and is a full service travel provider with a tremendous reputation for quality service and very competitive pricing. The agency specialises in creation of unique packages to a variety of destinations in Europe, Asia, America and Middle East.
- Orient House Travel has been operating in the region since 1963 and has evolved to become of the top travel management companies in the UAE, renowned as market leaders and trend setters.
All of these new customers have signed long-term agreements with Travelport and will have access to Travelport’s unmatched travel content inventory including air, hotel, rail and car and will benefit from the merchandising capabilities of the company’s award-winning point of sale solution, Travelport Smartpoint.
Rabih Saab, President and Managing Director of Africa, Middle East and South Asia, Travelport, commented: “These new business wins are a testament to our team in Abu Dhabi and reflects the excitement that is being generated by Travelport’s offering and products across the Gulf region. We look forward to providing our new customers with the most innovative technology and tools such as Travelport Smartpoint and help them to achieve their business goals.”