Wed, 6 Sept 2017

Thai Lion Air Signs Content Agreement with Travelport

[HD video below] Travelport has signed a content agreement with Thai Lion Air, a Bangkok-based low-cost airline operating both domestic and international flights.

 Under the agreement, Thai Lion Air, has chosen to deploy Travelport’s Rich Content and Branding merchandising solution, allowing the airline to display their branded fares and ancillary content to all agents using Travelport’s travel commerce platform.

Thai Lion Air is the third largest LCC fleet operating from Thailand, and is set to celebrate its fourth anniversary in December this year.

Thai Lion Air Boeing 737-900ER reg: HS-LTR at Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok, Thailand. Click to enlarge.

The airline currently operates to 20 destinations across seven countries in South East Asia.

The airline is the second member of the Indonesian Lion Air Group to sign with Travelport, following the successful partnership with its Malaysian-based, sister airline, Malindo Air.

Captain Darsito Hendroseputro, Managing Director, Thai Lion Air said, “We are pleased to embark on this partnership with Travelport. It is important for us to boost our brand presence, especially to the international market. We look forward to working with Travelport to increase the availability of our flight options to travel consumers. This partnership is part of our ongoing growth strategy, to deliver the best value to consumers and lays the foundation for us to continue working together in the future.’’

From January to July 2017 Thailand received 20.41 million visitors (+4.47%) who generated 1.03 trillion Baht (+6.07%).

Thai Lion Air Boeing 737-900ER in HD (2013)

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