With the FTI GROUP, Passolution was able to win Europe’s fourth largest tour operator as a partner. With regard to the EU Package Travel Directive, the young Cologne-based company is now working together with the renowned travel specialist from Munich. But this is about more than just fulfilling legal obligations.
Great news to make your day perfect? Then we have something for you: TUI Cruises is cooperating with Passolution! The still very fresh cooperation between the two companies establishes a milestone in the development of the Cologne-based start-up Passolution, which has been operating in the market since the introduction of the new package travel directive last year. With the shipping company founded in 2008, which is also a renowned tour operator, Passolution has literally brought a big name on board and is now breaking new ground with a strong partner at its side.
One name, all possibilities – this is how one could describe the Amadeus IT Group, which with its numerous products constitutes an important hub of the global as well as the national travel industry. After all, as a renowned partner for technology solutions and transaction processing, the company serves not only tour operators and travel agencies, but also airlines, ferry and rail companies, hotels and, last but not least, the travellers themselves. Over 6,600 companies worldwide use Amadeus e-Travel Management to book travel holistically in a single, easy-to-use solution.
Quality, safety and competence – these are the values that the traditional Austrian company GRUBER-reisen has represented on the German-speaking tourism market since 1968. With more than 45 travel agencies, a tour operator, a fleet of luxury buses and its own hotel, the diverse range of offers leaves nothing to be desired, with excellent service complementing the reputation of GRUBER Touristik GmbH. Whether it’s a last-minute trip to Vienna, a honeymoon to New York or a family holiday on the Adriatic Sea – the team of over 300 employees takes care of individual holiday wishes of every kind.
BEST-REISEN – the strong association of independent travel agencies. Self-determination, cohesion and quality leadership have made up the philosophy of the Filderstadt cooperation partner since 1990, and numerous travel agencies have already joined in order to position themselves even better in the market. Under the motto “From travel agencies for travel agencies”, membership is beneficial for both sides: The association benefits from a large network of successful travel agencies, which in turn are strengthened as cooperation partners by individual promotion and joint co-design at the same time.
The EU Package Travel Directive, which came into force on 01 July 2018, obliges tour operators to inform their customers about entry, passport and visa requirements in advance when they want to book a trip. However, travel agencies and tour operators using TourOne as a software provider can easily implement this legal innovation – thanks to an interface to Passolution.
Whether it’s a family holiday, a business trip or a hotel stopover – anyone travelling to Austria will hardly be able to avoid the offers of Österreichisches Verkehrsbüro AG. The Verkehrsbüro Group, which celebrated its 100th anniversary last year, is one of the largest tourism groups in the country and manages over 30 hotels as well as organising congresses and events in outstanding locations. Versatile and always quality-oriented, the traditional Austrian company has something to offer for every occasion and thus attracts numerous travellers and visitors every year, who are sure to have fond memories of their stay.
It is obvious that cruises make numerous travel wishes come true year after year. Explore nearby regions on impressive ships or even sail around the world and enjoy exclusive service and excellent comfort – this is made possible by various shipping companies with ever new fantastic offers. But there are a few things to consider when planning a cruise: Which cabins are available, what are the respective vacancies, do flight times have to be taken into account for arrival and departure?