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Aer Lingus Photo by: Google Images

Aer Lingus signs deal with Expedia affiliate

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Aer Lingus Photo by: Google Images

Aer Lingus have signed a hotel deal with EAN, an affiliate of the online travel company Expedia.

The new contract means passengers of the Irish airline will have exclusive access to almost 140,000 hotels worldwide through EAN’s content. The agreement also offers Aer Lingus customers access to excursions, events and activities.

Aer Lingus, Director Network Distribution, Ronan Fitzpatrick said, "We are delighted to have EAN onboard and to be able to offer such a wide choice of hotels to our customers."
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Sean McDonald, a vp at EAN, said: “We have worked closely with Aer Lingus to develop a hotel supply solution that meets the needs of their customers, making it quick and easy for them to book all their travel requirements in one place.

“EAN’s ability to offer hotels through a powerful and flexible set of technologies that facilitates an easy integration has been key to securing this partnership.”

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