Travelport powers Tourism Integration’s newly launched feijipiao.com.au
Travelport (NYSE: TVPT), a leading Travel Commerce Platform, and Tourism Integration announced today the launch of a new service dedicated to travellers of Chinese origin in Australia.
Launched in December 2017, Feijipiao.com.au is an online travel agency (OTA) which uses Travelport’s open platform to connect to the widest choice of air content. Through this channel, customers will get a quick response to their needs.
Commenting on the initiative, Hao Chen, Chief Technology Officer of Tourism Integration said, “Customer-centric localization is a fundamental part of our global expansion strategy. The launch of this Australian website marks a key milestone for Tourism Integration in providing global content with localized services for Chinese speaking customers in Australia. Travelport has been a supportive technology partner with whom we were able to launch a fully-automated search and booking system with robotic capabilities and achieve tremendous success. We look forward to replicating the same success in the Australian market with this new website.”
Since the launch of its New Zealand website in April 2017, feijipiao.co.nz has seen strong results driven by a thorough understanding of the target traveller segment, offering personalised choices, and regular, relevant updates of website functionality.
Mark Meehan, Managing Director Asia Pacific for Travelport commented, “We are delighted to see the growth and success of Feijipiao in New Zealand. They have accomplished great results by focusing on a niche in the industry. Tourism Integration can rest assured that the Travelport team will continue to support them in the competitive landscape of online travel globally. Both Feijipiao websites will have Travelport’s technology delivering differentiated and personalised travel choices for travellers. We look forward to fostering this business relationship even further and to continue helping them grow their business and brand.”
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