Travelport and Delta ink new deal

By Kate Rice
Travelport has signed a new long-term content agreement with Delta, which Travelport said will give travel agents access to more of the airline's ancillary products.

Travelport began offering Delta’s Economy Comfort seats in its system in March. The new agreement builds on that, according to Travelport.

Travelport will work with Delta to improve efficiencies, including increased use of the new Travelport Merchandising Platform. The Merchandising Platform lets agents shop for airlines' ancillary services and see fares and availability on a single screen. It eliminates the need for agents to visit airline websites to book ancillaries.

Travelport said that Delta will continue to participate in Travelport's Content Continuity Program and Super Access Product, and there is no change in agencies' related content fees.

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