Tech platform GO7 expands network with 200th airline partner

Tech platform GO7 expands network with 200th airline partner
Edited by Travel Weekly


    The Global travel tech platform, GO7 has achieved a milestone as it onboarded Iceland’s largest low-cost carrier to mark its 200th partner.

    GO7 expands to over 200 partner airlines.

    GO7 expands to over 200 partner airlines.

    The company says it represents a new approach to travel technology and is led by the want to give “control back to the airlines”. As other industries have digitized, the aviation sector continues to deal with fragmented systems that limit agility and flexibility. GO7’s technology, complemented by its Airline Operator Certificate and IATA Clearing House Membership uniquely equips them to offer a holistic and channel-agnostic approach to airline distribution.February 2023 marked the beginning of operations for the company and its rapid growth. They attributed this to strategic partnerships with major airlines within their respective regions. Airlines such as Emirates, Lift, Blade, Play, Green Africa, and Flair Airlines make up some of the 200+ partners they have.

    Continued growth as over 200 airlines now partner with GO7.

    Continued growth as over 200 airlines now partner with GO7.

    GO7 aimed to combat the challenges faced in the aviation industry and put power back into the hands of airlines. They did this with a range of system-agnostic, modular, and flexibly designed range of products for a “one-stop” or standalone solution. The W2 global ticketing platform and GO7 scalable passenger service system gives airlines the tools to expand distribution and adapt their requirements.

    Rachael Smith, chief commercial officer at GO7 said: “Reaching our 200th live customer is a testament to our team’s hard work and dedication.”

    “ur mission has always been to empower airlines with the tools they need to succeed in a competitive market. This achievement reflects our commitment to delivering technology solutions that meet the evolving needs of our customers.”

     

     

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