Ryanair on Tuesday announced that its low fares are now available to Sabre-connected travel agencies and corporations across Europe via the Sabre global distribution system (GDS), following its agreement with Sabre Corporation, a global technology provider to the travel and tourism industry.
According to an announcement, the combination of Ryanair’s low fares and extensive route network at primary and secondary airports, together with Sabre’s industry-leading retailing technology and growing reach across Europe, will enable the airline to further improve its business travel offering.
“With more than 27 percent of our customers already traveling on business, we are continuing to enhance Europe’s best business service, with the lowest fares, most on-time flights and our tailored Business Plus service”, Ryanair’s Head of Communications, Robin Kiely, said.
The airline’s launch with Sabre follows the introduction of Ryanair Business Plus last year and a dedicated corporate and group service, allowing even more businesses access to Ryanair’s low fares.
Ryanair’s agreement with Sabre is the latest in an on-going series of Ryanair customer experience improvements under the “Always Getting Better” program, which includes a new app with mobile boarding passes, allocated seating and a second carry-on bag allowance.