RYANAIR will market air tickets for Air Malta
Ryanair has entered into a new partnership with Air Malta, which will allow 139's millions of Ryanair customers to book their Air Malta flights on the Ryanair.com website.
Ryanair has announced a new partnership with Air Malta. Under this partnership, Ryanair's 139 million customers will be able to purchase tickets on Air Malta flights. The purchase can be made directly on the site www.ryanair.com.
From August 21, customers can choose and book Air Malta flights on 21 routes from Malta to 8 different countries in Africa, Asia and Europe, including Russia and Tunisia. This new partnership with Air Malta is the latest of the "Always Getting Better" program initiatives. Ryanair offers 53 routes to / from Malta and will transport 2.7 millions of customers annually.
Airline tickets to Air Malta through the RYANAIR website
In Malta, David O'Brien, Ryanair CCO, said: “We are pleased to announce this exciting partnership with Air Malta, which will allow our 139 customers to choose and book 21 flights from Malta to new cities. interesting from Austria, Czech Republic, Israel, Morocco, Russia, Switzerland, Tunisia and Ukraine, in addition to those over 300 destinations available on the Ryanair.com website, the largest travel portal in the world, registering for 50 millions of unique monthly visitors.
This partnership is the last of the AGB improvements, all because we continue our journey to become a "Travel Amazon". Ryanair offers 53 routes from / to Malta, and now our customers can enjoy even more routes, choosing Ryanair as the ideal choice for families, for business and business trips.
This partnership is the latest in AGB's improvements
To celebrate, we are selling tickets from € 14.99 for travel in September - October 2018, which are now available for bookings until midnight, Thursday, August 23. Because they will sell out fast, but not to miss this special promotion, customers must hurry up and access www.ryanair.com for reservations. "
Dr Charles Mangion, President of Air Malta, said: “This agreement is a landmark in which both airlines work together for the benefit of common customers. In recent years, Air Malta has implemented a series of improvements, not only by expanding its network of destinations with more frequencies, but also by changing the product in terms of structure and services on board. This agreement will help Air Malta increase its visibility in other countries and access new revenue streams. We look forward to future collaborations between the two airlines for the benefit of our customers. ”
Dr Konrad Mizzi, Minister of Tourism of Malta, said: “This strategic initiative represents an important development that will give Air Malta access to a new sales channel. This partnership will accelerate Air Malta's development strategy and ambitions. "
We remind you that RYANAIR also sells air tickets for Air Europa.