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Thu, 4 August 2016

Air Tahiti Nui, Fly Corporate and Regional Express Leverage Travelports Merchandising Technology

Three airlines have been added to Travelports air merchandising technology Air Tahiti Nui, a full-service carrier with an international route network of 6 destinations across the Pacific region; Fly Corporate, a Hahn Air Systems partner airline, operating flights from Brisbane to regional New South Wales; and Regional Express, one of Australias largest independent regional airline operating 1,500 weekly flights to 58 destinations in Australia.

The three carriers join a rapidly growing list of airlines in the Pacific region to leverage Travelport Rich Content and Branding technology, enhancing how their product and offerings are communicated to travel agents.

Damian Hickey, Vice President, Asia Pacific and Global Sales Strategy, Air Commerce, Travelport, said, We are delighted that Air Tahiti Nui, Fly Corporate and Regional Express are now leveraging Travelports merchandising technology to enhance the travel agents selling experience. We look forward to helping these carriers grow their brand across the globe.

Approximately 170 airlines are now live with Travelport Rich Content and Branding, including key carriers in the Pacific region such as Air New Zealand, Virgin Australia, Fiji Airways and Solomon Airlines.

 Travelport recently launched 18 new languages on Rich Content and Branding, including Arabic, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese (simplified and traditional), French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.

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