Travel technology provider, TRAVLR has partnered with Adelaide Airport to launch a one-stop shop booking portal.
Called ‘Your Travels.’ it will leverage TRAVLR’S ‘Travel as a Service’ platform to curate unique experiences specifically designed for travellers using Adelaide Airport, allowing them to discover, plan, and book travel together in one platform with a “full-service concierge team” at a traveller’s beck and call.
Adelaide Airport is the first tourism brand to adopt TRAVLR’s end-to-end travel platform, which is currently used by media brands including BBC Global News (Discoverbeyond.com), MTV (MTVTravel.com), Nickelodeon (NickTravel.com), Network 10 (10travlr.com.au), Australian Community Media (Exploretravel.com.au), and Stuff Travel (stuff.co.nz).
Specially-curated holiday experiences called ‘Your Holidays’ will be launched each month on the platform, in addition to more run-of-the-mil flights, activities, and accommodation options available for individual bookings.
Brenton Cox, managing director of Adelaide Airport said, “Our new partnership with TRAVLR is an opportunity for us to deliver more to our airport guests throughout their entire journey, not just while they are transiting through our terminal.
“The new travel experiences on Your Travels will reflect the core values of Adelaide Airport: Service and Authenticity. We look forward to presenting meaningful travel getaways within South Australia but also beyond, with holidays across Australia and the Asia Pacific in sought-after destinations like New Zealand, Fiji, and Bali.”
Simon te Hennepe, CEO of TRAVLR said, “The partnership is an opportunity for Adelaide Airport to deepen its engagement with customers based on how they are travelling and what they are looking for when they plan their next trip.”
“We are delighted that South Australian travellers will benefit from TRAVLR’s first tourism industry partner and receive access to hand-picked and curated experiences, activities, accommodation and flights across the region in the one seamless platform branded by Adelaide Airport.”