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Gopili announces 5 new partnerships and launches its service in Spain

Gopili arrives in Spain offering more than 60,000 journeys and 500 referenced companies.

Gopili, the multimodal travel search engine, announces new partnerships with some of the most important European carriers and transport companies. Deutsche Bahn (Germany), National Express (UK), Logitravel, Alitravel, Viajes el Corte Ingles and Movelia (Spain) joined this month a list of partners that already includes SNCF, Blablacar, Eurolines, iDBUS, Thalys and Bravofly among others.

The closing of the new partnerships happens together with Gopili’s European expansion. Yann Raoul, Gopili’s CEO, announced at the Phocuswright conference in Dublin, the launch of Gopili.es, the Spanish version of its search engine, following the success in France and the UK.

Following this move, the startup goes on with its revolution of the European travel market with a technology designed to provide the best rates for all transportation modes available for a given journey: train, bus, plane and ride sharing.

Benedicte Langlais-Richer, Managing Director, DBFrance, says: “We are pleased to combine Deutsche Bahn (DB) offers with KelBillet’s (& Gopili’s) distribution skills, an e-commerce platform recognized and appreciated by consumers. It is a unique opportunity for DB to reinforce its position as a leader in the mobility sector”.

Yann Raoul, CEO of Gopili, says: “We are very excited to welcome on board our new partners. Including these leading transport companies represents a new step forward in Gopili’s history and final objective: facilitate travellers’ research by providing them with all travel options in one single search”.

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She has many years of both academic and industrial experience within the travel industry. She has written/edited numerous articles in various tourism magazines.

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