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Published on Tuesday, April 27, 2021

Hotelbeds partners with IATA






Bedbank Hotelbeds announced a strategic partnership with aviation trade group International Air Transport Association (IATA).


 IATA represents more than 290 airlines responsible for 82% of total air traffic globally.


With the IATA/IATAN ID Card, affiliated travel professionals get access to the AgentExperience platform where they can view and book, in one convenient place, special offers such as FAM trips, training courses and personal discounts on flights, hotels, car hire, and attractions globally.


Harsha Krishnan, Head of Travel & Tourism at IATA said: "Partnering with Hotelbeds will significantly improve the booking options for travel professionals across the globe."


Hotelbeds' TravelStack technology will now strengthen the AgentExperience platform, by giving ID Card holders full access to Hotelbeds' portfolio of 180,000 hotel properties in 140 countries worldwide.


Many of these are contracted under special terms and conditions.


TravelStack by Hotelbeds provides industry partners with a full service white label booking platform integrated with Hotelbeds global product portfolio.


 "We are very pleased to announce this partnership with IATA. We are delighted that IATA has chosen TravelStack to provide them with a booking solution and we are confident this is just the beginning of a long and fruitful partnership," said Leon Herce, Global Sales Director at Hotelbeds

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