Stuba enhances agent booking module with new features and a much more agile and intuitive system

Wednesday, Nov 17, 2021 0

As the result of agent feedback, the Stuba platform has been improved by offering agents a much wider choice of transfers and options available to them. The booking process has been made more efficient and intuitive.

Stuba’s transfers booking module for agents now offers point-to-point transfer bookings, providing a limitless combination of routes.

The bed bank has expanded its transfers product range to 7,500 destinations and increased the number of partner ground handlers.

The option includes adding additional luggage, child seats, and sports equipment during the booking process on select routes.

Agents will need to first make a hotel booking to make a transfer booking on the module.

Stuba, celebrating its 30th year in 2021, offers a flexible cancellation policy across all routes – transfers can be canceled four days prior to the start time without charges or admin fees.



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