Amadeus signs distribution agreement with Booking.com

Amadeus’ technology combined with Booking.com’s content means that travel sellers can search, book and integrate Booking.com’s content seamlessly, the company said. Photo credit: Amadeus

Through a new partnership between Amadeus and Booking.com, travel sellers now will be able to access everything from hotels, motels and resorts to homes, apartments and other places to stay provided by Booking.com through the Amadeus Travel Platform.

Travel sellers will benefit from an increase of 30 percent in the accommodation options made available by Amadeus. They will be able to access the new content in the coming months through multiple points of sale, including Amadeus Selling Platform Connect and, for corporate bookers, through Amadeus cytric Travel and Expense.

Booking.com’s range of accommodation options will be shown alongside other travel content to make it easier for travel sellers to book a traveler’s whole journey. The additional content enables them to meet that traveler’s desire to have a wealth of choice, access to multiple price points as well as the convenience of having a single itinerary that covers the journey from start to finish.  

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“We’re constantly on the lookout for strategic collaborations that can enable us to reach even more people around the globe, empowering them to easily discover and book their ideal travel experiences via Booking.com,” Ripsy Bandourian, VP of partnerships at Booking.com, said in a statement. “Together we are looking forward to seamlessly connecting even more travelers with the stays and trip experiences that are just right for them.”

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