Cyprus Airways has signed a new distribution agreement with global travel technology provider Sabre Corporation to help fuel its international growth.
The agreement is also expected to help build a strong and reliable network of flights connecting Cyprus to its key source markets in Europe and the Middle East.
Cyprus Airways’ fares are already available to travel agents through the Sabre travel marketplace and under the multi-year agreement, travel agents will soon also have the option to sell ancillary services.
“An efficient, customer-oriented airline is crucial for a country like Cyprus, which welcomes more than 4.5 million travellers every year and has exhibited strong year-over-year growth rates of over 15 percent,” said Andreas Syrigos, regional director, Greece & Cyprus, Sabre Travel Network.
Being part of the Sabre travel marketplace provides Cyprus Air access to millions of global travellers shopping for their next destination.
“We are proud that our industry-leading technology will underpin this success and help in realising Cyprus Airways’ expansion plans,” Syrigos added.
Starting operations in June 2017, Cyprus Airways is the trading name of Charlie Airlines Ltd. Based at Larnaca International Airport, Cyprus Airways currently operates to a variety of international destinations, including St. Petersburg, Tel Aviv, Athens, Prague, Munich, Stuttgart, Verona and Zurich.
Sabre’s travel marketplace is one of the world’s largest, processing over $120 billion in estimated travel spend.