(01 July 2022, 12:22 +07)
Japan Airlines has joined the airasia Super App
on-line journey agent (OTA) platform, granting direct ticketing
authority for seats to be offered on the app.
Under the brand new partnership, JAL flights can be
out there within the flight part of the airasia Super App, with
over 132 home Japan routes and 60 worldwide routes
together with seamless connections to North America.
JAL is the second airline from Japan to affix the
quickly rising OTA platform, offering tremendous app customers extra
selections to discover Japan and past, conveniently at their
ANA joined the app in May.
Japan Airlines B767 reg: JA621J. Picture by Steven Howard of TravelNewsAsia.com
Tomohiro Sakaguchi, JAL’s Country Manager –
Malaysia, mentioned, “At Japan Airlines, we’re all the time in search of new
methods to supply our passengers with the most effective journey experiences.
With the journey trade in a part of robust restoration, we’re
excited so as to add airasia Super App to our record of appointed OTA
brokers. With this partnership, we look ahead to welcoming again
extra passengers with our signature Omotenashi spirit [Japanese hospitality]. As a part of
our JAL Group Corporate Policy, we try to ship unparalleled
service to our clients.”
Aside from JAL and ANA from Japan, the airasia Super App OTA platform
additionally consists of over 700 different airline companions with notable names
comparable to Turkish Airlines, Air New Zealand and KLM, to call however a
The platform additionally consists of over 700,000
motels across the globe by means of partnerships with Trip, MG Group, WebBeds and extra.
Amanda Woo, CEO of airasia Super App, mentioned, “As of
at this time, we’ve got over 50 airways from varied areas becoming a member of the
airasia Super App OTA platform, and we’re delighted to ink this
partnership with Japan Airlines. Having Japan Airlines on board
will present our tremendous app customers with extra journey choices and the
comfort of reserving by means of our handy single-stop journey
and way of life platform.”