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Virgin Atlantic, Travelport renew agreement for future distribution of NDC

Virgin Atlantic and Travelport have renewed their agreement to include distribution of all the airline’s content, including, subject to implementation, future distribution of NDC through the Travelport+ platform.

This renewed agreement strengthens the ongoing travel retailing relationship between Travelport and Virgin Atlantic, ensuring that Travelport-connected agencies have continued access to Virgin’s most robust, enriched content in the Travelport+ platform. Additionally, Virgin Atlantic is using Travelport’s complete branding solution to enhance the way products and ancillaries are displayed on agents’ screens with rich graphics and detailed descriptions, so that agents can seamlessly shop, compare and personalize options for travellers.

“Our renewed agreement with Travelport, along with Virgin Atlantic’s future delivery of NDC content, illustrates our commitment to drive value and deliver modern retailing experiences for the agency community and our travelers,” said Juha Jarvinen, Chief Commercial Officer, Virgin Atlantic. “Travelport+ offers retailing and merchandising capabilities that ensures travel retailers can provide our customers with more choices and the best options from Virgin Atlantic.”

“With this new deal, we will support Virgin’s modern retailing strategy with NDC collaboration and Travelport+ capabilities that make it easy for agents to search, sell and service the best offers,” said Jason Clarke, Chief Commercial Officer, Travel Partners at Travelport. “Our long-standing partnership with Virgin Atlantic will bring more value to the industry as we focus on delivering the seamless experiences agents need to provide travellers with personalised offers and the superior service that they expect.”

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