Discover the World, a leading global travel sales and marketing specialist, has partnered with GoAir, a fast-growing airline in Asia, with the aim to expand the carrier’s reach into new markets around the world.
According to an announcement, the initial agreement covers Australia, Canada, France, Greece, Israel, UK and USA.
From January this year, Discover the World will leverage its close trade relationships to promote GoAir’s offering across key target audience segments including the group travel.
“GoAir offers a reliable and great value product, which is exactly what the market wants. I know that our trade partners will welcome the choice, reassurance and quality that they will now be able to offer onwards to their travelers,” said Aiden Walsh, airline account manager for EMEA at Discover the World.
GoAir is part of the 283-years-old Indian conglomerate, The Wadia Group. The airline has received the highest approval rating of four-out-of-four star from 1.4 million passengers – certified, validated and verified by US-based APEX, a non-profit organization.
“GoAir is proud to offer its passengers a consistent, quality-assured and time-efficient service through its popular ‘pocket-friendly’ fares,” said Ruchika Singh, vice president of sales at GoAir.
The airline’s partnership with Discover, will also focus on introducing its popular offering to connecting customers in new markets around the world.
The move follows a period of aggressive growth for GoAir, which has now flown over 78.6 million passengers since its inception.
The airline more than doubled the fleet of aircraft in less than two years from 25 to 54, while it has placed confirmed order for 144 Airbus A320neo aircraft.
GoAir currently flies to 36 domestic and nine international destinations.