The airasia SuperApp has expanded its portfolio of airline partners with the addition of All Nippon Airways (ANA).
As a Star Alliance member, ANA has partnerships with more than 35 airlines, flying to 50 destinations within Japan and 32 international destinations across Asia, Europe and America.
“With this collaboration with AirAsia Super App, travelers can easily book their ANA experience to Japan or any other international destination effortlessly. ANA and airasia Super App will continue to work together as international travel resumes, improving customer experience and ensuring travel planning is as convenient as possible,” said Minoru Kusakabe, General Manager of ANA Kuala Lumpur Branch Office.
Aside from ANA, the airasia Super App OTA platform includes other airline partners such as Turkish, Emirates, Air New Zealand, KLM and others. The platform also features more than 700,000 hotels across the globe.
“With more airlines authorising the airasia Super App OTA platform to sell their flights, we are confident that we will continue to see an upward trend on our OTA platform’s current double digit month-on-month growth for bookings from other airlines,” said Amanda Woo, CEO of airasia Super App. “The addition of ANA into our list of notable airlines on the airasia Super App OTA platform is also very timely, in line with Japan's recent announcement on its plan to reopen its borders to international tourists from June. We look forward to collaborating with other airlines across the globe to reinvigorate the travel and tourism industry, as the world opens up again."© Travel News Asia