Agoda.com has announced a partnership with Jetstar which will see the online travel site’s hotel inventory be made accessible through Jetstar.com. The two companies will also co-develop a series of holiday packages via the Jetstar Holidays network.
In Asia, Jetstar currently operates more than 1,000 weekly flights to 29 destinations including Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Osaka and Taipei and offers online booking services in six Asian languages. Agoda.com meanwhile, is available in 32 different languages, including Mandarin, Cantonese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese, Bahasa Indonesia, and Bahasa Malay.
Jetstar Group Chief Commercial Officer, David Koczkar said; “Through such strategic partnerships Jetstar continues to offer our customers an expanded travel product that further drives revenue growth but importantly also complements our Pan Asian growth strategy.
“In partnering with Agoda.com, Jetstar customers can now access a wider variety of holiday packages and hotel options, and get better value for their money. Each year, customers are buying hundreds of thousands of hotel and holiday packages with Jetstar, as we continue to expand our brand into the broader travel market.
“At Jetstar we are committed to providing the lowest fares and best value holiday packages, to allow more people to travel to more destinations more often,” Koczkar said.
President and CEO of Agoda, Robert Rosenstein, added; “As two entities that have been focused on Asia Pacific destinations for much of the last decade, both Agoda and Jetstar have always been dedicated to getting travellers the best deals online. Working together, we hope to create even more compelling offers.”
The partnership went live with a soft launch in March, allowing Jetstar’s Asia-based customers to access Agoda.com’s inventory online. The two companies plan to roll out more offerings in the coming months, including weekly deals that target key Asia Pacific destinations.