Cobalt and Amadeus in booking platform cooperation
An agreement announced between Cobalt Air and Amadeus will enable passengers to book their flights with more flexibility and convenience, said the airline.
The Cyprus carrier will now offer booking services through Amadeus, a company that provides travel technology on a global scale and allow travel agencies to make bookings on all Cobalt journeys.
Travel agencies will also be able to modify bookings and add supplementary services on existing bookings through Amadeus distribution service, saving effort and time.
Cobalt said the deal will boost its development and expansion strategy, communicating its brand to passengers around the world through the largest community of travellers globally.
Travel agencies that cooperate with Amadeus will now be able to share Cobalt Air offers with their customers, and to issue all ticket categories, serving a wide range of travellers.
Cobalt Air Director of Corporate Philokypros Roussounides said:
“We are delighted that incorporates Amadeus distribution system in its services. We are particularly satisfied, as we will now offer travel agents the chance to share our unique offers and high-level services to their clients, opening up to new markets.”
General Manager of Amadeus Greece andCyprus Eva Karamanou said: “At Amadeus we make every effort to support our clients, whether they are airlines or travel agents, enabling them to benefit from our advanced technology by reaching out to more travellers and maximize their income. Through our partnership, Cobalt will benefit from our global network of airlines and travel agents.”
Cobalt Air is now part of a group of 440 plus airlines, including 90 plus hybrid and low-cost carriers, the fares and services of which are available on Amadeus global distribution system.
Among Amadeus’ clients are journey providers (airlines, hotels and rail companies), travel providers (travel agencies and websites) and travel buyers (companies and individuals).