DidaTravel launches B2B booking platform

DidaTravel launches B2B booking platform

Clients can combine flights with accommodation to boost their ancillary revenue

Tech-driven integrated travel service provider DidaTravel has launched a B2B flight booking multi-GDS portal with access to new distribution capability (NDC) content.

DidaTravel’s 23,000 B2B buyers around the world can now access flights from more than 500 airlines and flights to more than 20,000 destinations around the world. Buyers include travel agents, tour operators, OTAs and TMCs.

The platform allows clients to benefit from dynamic packaging technology that includes in-path and post-booking cross-selling tools. In addition, there is an option to query flight prices manually.

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To lead this new capability, Jason Guan, who joined DidaTravel last year, has been appointed as Flight Business Unit general manager. He will lead a team comprising specialists with expertise in system analysis and design, system architecture and modelling, development and coding, testing and implementation.

Commenting on the news, DidaTravel founder and CEO Rikin Wu said: “Following years of partners asking for flight products, during Covid-19 we put aside the time and resources to prepare for this properly and I'm excited that we are now ready to launch. 


“Given our network of 23,000 B2B travel sellers globally and our unique dynamic packaging capabilities, I feel confident that we will be able to grow and scale our flight business under the leadership of Jason.”

Guan added: “I am so pleased to join DidaTravel. We have put together a team of top-notch professionals to provide our 23,000 B2B travel-selling clients with the best booking technology and customer support available. We have an ambitious expansion plan that adds value to all tourism stakeholders.”

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