London traveltech set for expansion with new easyJet partnership
A London-based traveltech business has announced a new partnership with one of Europe’s largest budget airlines.
Duffel, which specialises in software for flight reselling, has teamed up with easyJet as part of its ongoing growth.
Launched in 2017, Duffel has created an online platform to allow users to search, book and manage resale flights.
Through the new partnership, Duffel’s users will gain access to easyJet’s network of destinations through the platform.
The news comes less than 12 months after the firm announced the launch of a US office in order to expand its international footprint.
Steve Domin, co-founder and CEO of Duffel commented: “Our partnership with easyJet and the remarkable expansion of airlines added to the Duffel platform throughout the pandemic shows how the travel industry has used this time to rebuild, innovate and invest.
“While the industry is still in the early stages of recovery from the global shockwaves of the COVID-19 virus, we want to support the travel companies that have survived the past year to emerge even stronger.
“We’re encouraged by the continued growth in signups and orders we’re seeing from travel sellers using Duffel, and we know adding airline partners like easyJet creates even more value for anyone looking to start selling travel quickly and easily.”
Antonio Pascale, easyJet’s distribution and alliances manager, added: “We are pleased to partner with Duffel to connect even faster with more travel sellers around the world.
“Duffel offers an exciting opportunity for easyJet to reach new, non-traditional and established sellers whilst being able to sell our ancillary products effectively.”
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