Traveltek and Flight Centre ink global cruise partnership
Travel technology provider Traveltek and Flight Centre Travel Group (FLT) have signed a new global contract.
It will now see Traveltek power cruise bookings for the company’s leisure businesses in North America, the UK and South Africa.
Traveltek and FLT have partnered in the APAC region for over 10 years.
Traveltek’s Cruise API will enable over 30,000 integrated itineraries across all the major ocean and river cruise lines for FLT agents globally as part of the new agreement.
It will continue to support the leisure businesses in Australia and New Zealand.
Flight Centre’s cruise agents will get access to exclusive deals from 30 cruise lines in a single aggregated Cruise API.
Traveltek’s Cruise API will become available to additional markets in the coming months.
Traveltek’s, Chief Commercial Officer, Cressida Sergeant said: “We are delighted to extend our long-standing partnership with such a well-established travel brand. It’s been a pleasure to work with the team in Australia and NZ and we look forward to supporting Flight Centre grow its cruise business in other markets, especially North America, where we have recently seen real demand for Cruise technology.”
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