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Travelport and Pakistan International Airlines reach full content agreement

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Travelport and Pakistan International Airlines reach full content agreement

Travelport has reached a full content agreement with Pakistan’s national carrier Pakistan International Airlines (PIA).

Under the new multi-year partnership, Travelport will expand availability of PIA’s content to Travelport-connected agencies in the Americas and Asia Pacific, as well as expand access across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Over 68,000 agencies globally servicing millions of travellers will now have real-time access to search, sell and book the airlines’ full content and inventory.

As the first global distribution system (GDS) to manage the live booking of flights using the International Air Transport Association’s new distribution capability (NDC) technical standard, Travelport will further help PIA by giving it the opportunity to create NDC connections and display NDC-based airline content on its platform.

Ali Tahir, chief commercial officer at PIA, said: “Travelport has been a valued partner to PIA for a number of years.

“By expanding our relationship with the company to cover the Americas and Asia Pacific, two strategically important regions for us, we will provide our loyal customers with greater access to our flights and open up significant new growth opportunities for our business.”

David Gomes, head of Middle East, Africa, Turkey and Pakistan for Air – Travel Partners at Travelport, added: “PIA is highly valued by travel agencies in all corners of the world due it its vast international network, high quality service and large customer base.

“We are delighted the airline has chosen to expand its partnership with us.

“We are fully committed to supporting the company in achieving its international growth objectives and look forward to continuing to work with its world-class team.”

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