Sabre has signed an expanded three-year
agreement with Far Eastern Air Transport, opening a wider
variety of travel options within Taiwan and internationally.
Established in 1957, Far Eastern Air Transport
operates an extensive domestic route network in Taiwan as well as
services from Taiwan to Southeast Asia, South Korea and Palau.
offerings to distribute and sell both international and domestic
flights on Sabre is a strong testament to our confidence in Sabre
as the best travel technology partner of choice. Partnering with
Sabre was a clear choice for us,” said Joseph Lee, President of
Far Eastern Air Transport. “By leveraging their technology and
footprint, we will not only boost our presence in the global
travel scene, and maximize our reach to now attract
higher-yielding corporate travellers, but also have access to one
of the industry’s most powerful revenue-generating system. With a
strong partner, we have gained a competitive edge in the market
and the flexibility to offer a wide array of value-added services
to our customers.”
Rakesh Narayanan, vice president, Air Commerce,
Sabre Travel Network Asia Pacific, added, “With Sabre’s Travel
Marketplace, we are well-positioned to connect Far Eastern Air
Transport to more than 425,000 travel agents globally, supporting
their business growth and extending their reach across the globe.
This means that travellers and agents have access to the best
possible deals available while creating more revenue opportunities
for the airline and travel agents. As we continue to ramp up our
efforts to help customers with efficient, multi-channel
distribution strategies, this partnership with also help us to
continue enhancing our unique offering to global corporate
agencies and travel management companies.”
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