Jeremy Cornuau, Senior Director of Marketing and Partnerships at Booking.com stated that collaborating with ITA Airways presents a significant avenue for Booking.com to enhance their European customer assistance.
RΟΜΕ – ITA Airways announces a new partnership with Booking.com, one of the world’s leading digital travel marketplaces. Thanks to this prestigious partnership, ITA Airways passengers may now reserve their stay combined with their flight directly on the Company’s official website, choosing from more than 28 million accommodation listings worldwide.
The benefits of the partnership also extend to Volare members: members of the ITA Airways loyalty program can accumulate 4 Volare points for every euro spent on a stay booked on Booking.com.
“We are very pleased to have signed a strategic partnership with Booking.com, a prestigious player in the industry. Being able to offer our passengers the possibility to book a stay linked to their flight is part of ITA Airways’ customer centricity strategy, helping to enhance the all-round travel experience” says Emiliana Limosani, Chief Commercial Officer of ITA Airways & CEO Volare. “This partnership also adds value for all members of ITA Airways’ loyalty program, Volare, offering them a wider range of choice when planning their personal and business travels”.
“Partnering with ITA Airways is a great opportunity for us to further support customers in Europe, enabling them to quickly find a great deal for the perfect accommodation that meets their unique needs, whether they’re traveling for business or pleasure.” said Jeremy Cornuau, Senior Director Marketing, Partnerships at Booking.com.
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