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Published on Thursday, June 24, 2021

Enjoy Travel teams up with Frankfurt-Hahn Airport






 


Car hire comparison agency EnjoyTravel.com has announced a partnership with Frankfurt-Hahn Airport to create a new website that will transform the way future visitors visit the site.


The new website enables visitors to book vehicles online as well as book online parking spaces.


Phase 2 of the website is underway which will implement a hotel online booking tool.


The website will also be available in French, Italian and Spanish.


The partnership with Frankfurt-Hahnn Airport cements EnjoyTravel.com's growth in the European market, with the aim to further expand into the Swedish, Italian and French tourism markets. .


"We're delighted to have revamped Frankfurt-Hahn's website, making essential services available for online booking and making the airport's online presence fit for post-Covid recovery and growth," said Martin Mansell, CEO of EnjoyTravel.com


This follows a series of strategic growth acquisitions by EnjoyTravel.com, which recently acquired competitor Doorental.com and popular travel website Big 7 Travel.


Christoph Goetzmann, CEO of Frankfurt-Hahn said: "We are delighted with our new website and in the future would like to introduce new offers that we are still developing. The previous website no longer met the requirements of current Internet technology and now we are well-positioned to cater for our airport growth plans."


Norwich based EnjoyTravel.com specialises in comparing car hire deals across thousands of cities in more than 100 countries, offering a quick and easy online booking process.


 

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