Published on : Thursday, January 14, 2021
Sabre Corporation has recently made it official that they have once again renewed their long-term distribution partnership with one of the largest Korean low cost carrier, Jeju Air. This renewed agreement ensures that Sabre will continue to distribute Jeju Air’s content to hundreds of thousands of travel agents, and the travellers they serve, through its extensive, worldwide travel marketplace.
According to Rakesh Narayanan, Vice President, Regional General Manager, Asia Pacific, Travel Solutions Airline Sales, Jeju air is excited with the news of affirmation from Sabre and is happy with the long term relationship through reconnecting policies. He also added that as the airlines industry is still fighting the pandemic effect, the low cost airlines are playing a significant role in renewing business and ensuring business recovery for the industry. He also mentioned satisfaction and support in the decision of Jeju airways and strategic support as put forward by Sabre. This strategic relationship is also expected to impact positively on their distribution network and support each other during the most difficult times to drive recovery in the South Korean market.
Recently it has been experienced that South Korean domestic market is slowly recovering and has initiated flights in domestic route according to MyungSub Yoo, Managing Director, Commercial Division, Jeju Air. He further added about valuing patents needs and ways in which the airline will continue offering finest services to adapt and grow.