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Travelocity Signs Agreement with Russian Carrier S7 Airlines
Travelocity Signs Agreement with Russian Carrier S7 Airlines | dal_ftw_txbz, Southlake, Maxim Polukhin, S7 Airlines, Russia, oneworld, European online,

Texas Business reports:  Southlake—Travelocity signed a distribution agreement with S7 Airlines of Russia, a member of the oneworld alliance, and will offer the airline’s full range of content through, Travelocity Business, and the Travelocity Partner Network.

 “Travelocity and S7’s mutual customers will definitely benefit from this new agreement,” said Travelocity senior vice president Noreen Henry in a prepared statement. “We’re looking forward to forging a long-term relationship that will be of great benefit to our mutual customers.”

“The Internet is the most popular and fastest-growing sales channel for us and we think that working with a leading online travel company like Travelocity will allow S7 Airlines to attract new passengers,” said S7’s sales director Maxim Polukhin in a statement.

Travelocity also owns and operates: Travelocity Business for corporate travel;, an online travel community;, a European online travel; and ZUJI, an Asia-Pacific online travel. Travelocity is owned by Sabre Holdings Corporation.

S7 Airlines is Russia’s leading airline in terms of network, domestic passenger carryings, customer service quality and innovation. S7 is a member of oneworld global airline alliance. It is the first carrier in Russia to convert to an all Western-built Airbus and Boeing fleet and the first to adopt full electronic ticketing and on-line reservations and sales. It holds the internationally recognised IOSA (International Air Transport Association Operational Safety Audit). S7 offers a two-class product to international standards on all departures – Business Class and Economy. Its fleet, decorated in a distinctive bright green livery, includes 28 Airbus A320 family types, one Airbus A310, two Boeing 767s, four Boeing 737-400s and four Boeing 737-800s, with an average age of nine years.