Low-fare carrier JetBlue Airways has reached an agreement with online travel companies Orbitz Worldwide, Travelocity and Priceline. (11/27/2007)
The distribution agreements are effective immediately, the companies said. Financial terms were not disclosed.
As per the deals, Orbitz will distribute airline´s fares via Orbitz ( www.orbitz.com), CheapTickets (www.cheaptickets.com) and Orbitz for Business (www.orbitzforbusiness.com) brands.
Airfare will be made fully available for air-only retail bookings and customised travel packages (flight + hotel).
On this deal, Brett Cochran, Manager, Distribution and Sales Development, JetBlue Airways said the partnership "will introduce new customers to the low-fares and high-frills of the JetBlue Experience."
Travelocity said flight bookings are now available, and JetBlue flights will soon be added to Travelocity vacation packages.
Priceline.com said it will have full access to JetBlue´s published fares and seat inventory.
JetBlue said it has also agreed to sell its tickets through Expedia.