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Royal Air Philippines selects Sabre as distribution platform

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Aviation Updates Philippines – Although flights commercial domestic flights are still grounded due to COVID-19, Royal Air Philippines has taken a step forward as it selected Sabre to enable the airline to power future revenue growth.

“Travel is about weaving stories of people coming together, and of dreams being fulfilled, and we’re thrilled to partner with Sabre so we can fulfill many more travel dreams by ensuring our content is visible and available to hundreds of thousands of travel agents and thousands of corporations across the globe,” said Eduardo C. Novillas, Chief Executive Officer, Royal Air Philippines.

He added: “We’re excited to be able to promote our offers through Sabre’s extensive network through this new agreement, which is key to our ambitious plans to be the airline of choice for travellers within, and to, the Philippines.”

The partnership with Sabre will enable Royal Air to further expand its reach in marketing and selling. As the leading software and technology company, Sabre connects travel suppliers with buyers from around the globe. 

“We’re delighted to partner with this young, competitive, ambitious airline as, together, we look forward to playing a key role in restarting tourism in the Philippines,” said Rakesh Narayanan, Vice President, Regional General Manager, Asia PacificTravel Solutions Airline Sales, Sabre. 

“This new agreement represents another strong endorsement of our investment in distribution, retailing and fulfillment at Sabre. As part of Sabre’s extensive global distribution marketplace, Royal Air Philippines will be able to reach new, higher-yield market segments. By utilizing Sabre’s distribution solutions which connect travel suppliers with buyers around the globe, our valued partner airlines are able to grow revenue and reach as the travel industry focuses on post Covid-19 recovery.”

Photo from FlyEdmund Aviation Photography, Royal Air Facebook page

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