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Published on : Friday, July 10, 2015
Ceetiz, an international online booking platform for tourist and leisure activities (tourist attractions, guided tours, excursions, cultural and sports activities, etc.) has signed a commercial partnership with Air France.
From the dedicated site airfrance-fr.ceetiz.com or via the “preparing your trip” section of the www.airfrance.com website, this partnership offers Air France customers the possibility to quickly and easily book several thousands of activities in some 200 destinations in the language and currency of their choice. They also benefit from a host of special reduced rates, including the guarantee of never paying a more advantageous price once at the destination.
In a few simple clicks, Ceetiz users can quickly and easily book a ticket to visit the statue of Liberty or the Moma in New York, tickets to attend a Sumo fight in Tokyo, a musical in London, or to discover the Rio Street Art scene in the company of local enthusiasts.
With this new agreement, Ceetiz demonstrates its dynamic approach and contribution to the evolution in tourist activity booking channels.
“Enlarging our offer of services is fully consistent with our permanent search for solutions geared to better meeting our customers’ expectations. The partnership signed with the French start-up Ceetiz, international tourist activity specialist, underlines this dynamic and contributes to creating a unique travel experience for our customers” stated Patrick Alexandre, Executive Vice President Commercial, Sales and Alliances, Air France-KLM.
“This agreement reflects our ambition to open up a world of possibilities and create new reflexes in booking available activities at different destinations. Air France customers can thus plan their trip in a single connection, with access to a vast choice of essential or original activities, or that encourage people to partake in authentic activities with the local population. The golden ticket to getting more out of one’s trip” added Eric Blanc, Ceetiz CEO.
Source: Air France.