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TripStack and Navitaire announce strategic partnership to bring Virtual Interline technology to airlines

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The partnership will give the 60+ Navitaire hosted carriers the opportunity to expand their existing network and generate additional revenue without the cost and complexity associated with traditional interline agreements.

TORONTO, CANADA and MINNEAPOLIS, USA – TripStack and Navitaire announced that the companies have entered into a strategic partnership that will enable Navitaire hosted carriers to sell Virtual Interline (also known as self-connect) itineraries powered by TripStack technology. 

The partnership will give the 60+ Navitaire hosted carriers the opportunity to expand their existing network and generate additional revenue without the cost and complexity associated with traditional interline agreements. Virtual Interlining combines flights between carriers without traditional interline agreements, with passengers being responsible for transferring their checked baggage between carriers at connecting airports. The benefits include access to lower fares and more flight connection options. Transfers are protected by the TripStack Self-Connect Guarantee which provides in-trip customer support in case of missed connections or schedule changes. 

Gabor Toth, CEO of TripStack said, “We have been working very hard to build our Self-Connect technology and are very excited to be partnering with a highly respected company such as Navitaire. We look forward to serving Navitaire customers and further expanding Self-Connect solutions together with Navitaire in the future. It is such an exciting time to be in the travel industry.”

We believe our partnership with TripStack, another leader focused on enabling true Virtual Interline capabilities, can provide groundbreaking opportunities for our airline customers,” said David P. Evans, Navitaire CEO. “Together, we’ll offer a flexible and less complex way for airlines to reach more customers using modern technology to streamline the Virtual Interline booking process.”

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