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Trip.com expands partnership with Amadeus to include Mobility content

By incorporating Amadeus Mobility into their portfolio of solutions, international online travel group Trip.com has further broadened the scope of Amadeus content offered beyond Air and Hotel Distribution to include Mobility on both Trip.com and Trip.Biz platforms.

Amadeus’ technology and functionality will better serve customers on each platform by providing them with a seamless and integrated end-to-end travel experience.

The new agreements with Amadeus Mobility will benefit both leisure and business travellers by increasing the number of mobility options available to them: car rental offers via Amadeus Cars Web Services with real-time rates from over 50 car rental providers in more than 40,000 locations worldwide.

New content provided on Trip.com will focus primarily on mobility options for leisure customers, while content added to Trip.Biz, the global digital Travel Management Company (TMC) powered by Trip.com Group, will include global car providers catering to business travellers’ needs.

Simon Song, CEO, Car Rental and Ride Hailing, Trip.com Group, said,“At Trip.com, our goal is to continuously expand in a way that enables us to effectively meet the needs of our customers and improve their shopping experience. We are extremely pleased with our growing relationship with Amadeus – a proven and trusted technology partner.”

Leisure and business travelers will be able to make better-informed travel decisions thanks to a wider range of available products and services from global, regional and local providers, thereby increasing their satisfaction with the site and growing their sense of loyalty. The expanded content means more choice, better value, and a smoother booking experience for leisure and business shoppers than ever before.

The announcement is a significant one for both online travel companies. By expanding their partnership with Amadeus to include the integration of Amadeus Cars’ extensive database, Trip.com and Trip.Biz teams will be able to streamline their operations, tap into new sources of revenue, and provide the sort of smooth travel experience – from looking to booking – that travelers these days so desire.

Joerg Schuler, Executive Vice President, Hospitality Media & Distribution, Amadeus: “We realize travelers’ needs are changing, and how important it is that Trip.com and Trip.Biz customers have access to all types of travel content, including mobility. We are delighted to help unlock these global travel leaders’ capabilities to serve all travel segments, including business and leisure.”

 

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