KUALA LUMPUR: Airasia.com has partnered with Turkish Airlines to allow it to expand its powerful pan-Asian flight network in anticipation of a possible revival in international travel.
The partnership will allow AirAsia Group’s online application to tap into the extensive destination map of Turkish Airlines, which is the world’s largest in terms of countries and international points operated by a global carrier, the low-cost carrier said today in a statement.
After that, Tony Fernandes, Chief Executive Officer of the AirAsia Group, said airasia.com welcomes the opportunity to promote Turkey as a major gateway to Europe, to prepare the airline for the gradual reopening of its borders next year.
Today, with its extensive travel and leisure product range, airasia.com is well placed to promote the best that Turkey and the broader European market have to offer.
“In order to stimulate travel demand, we will continue to collaborate creatively with other industry players and complete our product offering as a one-stop platform for all the travel and lifestyle needs of our customers,” he said.
Moreover, Airasia.com will now be able to combine the vast flight inventory of Turkish Airlines with AirAsia flights by using its virtual interlining technology and sell itineraries with competitive reduced fares from regular fares.
Furthermore, AirAsia said that through the cross-promotion of destinations, the relationship is expected to create considerable synergy between the two parties, with the mission of being proactively prepared to tap into the forthcoming return of travel.
Travelers will also appreciate the ease and great value of an end-to-end product offering, from flights to hotels and events, it added, within the airasia.com ecosystem.
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