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RateHawk launches sale of budget airline tickets

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Users may book tickets of low cost carriers in the Air Tickets section of their online account.

RateHawk.com, an online booking system for travel industry professionals providing hotels, air tickets and other tourist services, continues to develop its airline offerings first launched earlier this year: the platform has now connected over 150 budget airlines, including EasyJet, Delta Air Lines, Ryanair, Tui Airlines, Vueling Airlines, Wizz Air and many others. System users may now book flights of both traditional airlines and low cost carriers – the functionality is already
available in their online accounts.

Felix Shpilman, CEO of Emerging Travel Group that manages RateHawk, commented: “Following the connection of budget airlines our system’s partners now have access to flights from over 350 major international airlines – this provides them with greater flexibility in meeting the requests of their clients and enables them to offer less expensive vacation options, thereby ensuring a wide choice and the best service. Tickets of budget airlines are in high demand among tourists and we expect demand to grow further as international tourism recovers and new destinations are made available.”

Users may book tickets of low cost carriers in the Air Tickets section of their online account. To carry out a search, they need to enter the required destination, dates and number of passengers, after which a selection of flights will appear meeting the user’s requirements – rates from budget carriers will be specially marked “Low-cost airline”. The description of the rate will contain detailed conditions and requirements set by the airline.

RateHawk’s flexible functionality enables the partner to set the amount of agent’s commission directly – for the entire booking or separately for each passenger and flight segment. Tickets are paid for from the partner’s credit limit or overpayment in the system.

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