Transaero Airlines Signs New Distribution Agreement with Abacus

Travel News Asia Videos Podcasts Latest Travel News Asia Thursday, 27 February 2014

Transaero Airlines, Russias second largest carrier, has secured a new 2-year distribution agreement with Abacus, a leading travel technology company in Asia Pacific.

The agreement provides travel agents at over 20,000 locations with full access to fares, schedules and seat inventory on all routes within Transaeros network.

The new content includes the carriers 200 routes across Russia, Europe, Asia, the Americas and Africa. Expanding its global reach in partnership with around 100 of the worlds leading airlines, Transaero is also making attractive interline offers available to Abacus users.

Ho Hoong Mau, Vice President, Airline Distribution of Abacus explained, There are a lot of synergies in this partnership. Transaero Airlines serves many of the destinations booked in volume by our corporate and leisure travel agents. Where more choice is needed, Transaero Airlines is offering some very compelling prices.

The agreement includes joint marketing activity, as with Transaero Airlines participation in future Abacus Corporate Travel Executive Forums in Kazakhstan, aimed at developing Central Asia where the carrier is a leading brand.

Roman Vdovenko, Deputy Head of Commerce Department, Transaero Airlines said, Our successful cooperation with Abacus proved that it is a powerful distribution channel reaching 31 markets in the Asia Pacific region. We are delighted to continue our joint work that fully meets the interests of our clients and partners.

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