API will 'enhance' Wowtickets.com's selling capacity
Wowtickets.com becomes first UK OTA to utilise AERTiCKET Cockpit API
OTA Wowtickets.com has become the first UK-based OTA to integrate and utilise AERTiCKET's Cockpit API.
The integration will allow Wowtickets.com to offer its customers a "seamless and enhanced" booking experience, providing them with access to a wider range of flight options and prices with real-time availability.
Cockpit API is a tool that will enable Wowtickets.com customers to book flights across 105 international markets.
It allows direct access to the GDS, trains and ground distribution, plus access to over 20 NDC sources.
The firm said the partnership significantly enhances Wowtickets.com's selling capacity.
Dmitrijus Konovalovas, CEO of Wowtickets.com, said: “We are absolutely thrilled to be the first UK based OTA to integrate the Cockpit API into our platform.
"This integration will significantly enhance our customers’ booking experience, allowing them to search, compare, and book flights with ease.
"We believe that this partnership with AERTiCKET UK will strengthen our position in the market and further differentiate us from the competition.”
Wowtickets.com is said to be committed to continuously improving its platform and providing its customers with the best travel booking experience.
With the integration of the Cockpit API, Wowtickets.com "solidifies" its position as a "new leader" in the online travel industry.
Dmitrijus added: “This is the first in a long list of milestones we look forward to achieving across 2024. Our strength as a business is amplified significantly by the strong partnerships we hold, and we’re very grateful to be working closely with AERTiCKET UK”
Reena Shah, CEO of AERTiCKET UK, said: “We are delighted to be partnering with an innovative company like Wowtickets.com.
"Their forward-thinking approach aligns perfectly with our vision, and we are excited about the opportunities this collaboration will bring and achieving mutual growth and success in the UK market.”