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Monday, 26 January 2015

Jovago.com Expands Airline Partnerships To Ghana, Partners With Antrak Air And Starbow Airline

Jovago, www.jovago.com – Africa’s largest online hotel booking platform has signed white label partnerships with two of Ghana’s domestic carriers, Antrak Air and Starbow Airline to provide more accessible hotel booking services to travelling Ghanaians.
Marek Zmyslowski
As the official hotel partners of Antrak Air and Starbow Airline, Jovago.com makes it easier for travellers visiting the Antrak Air website http://www.antrakair.com/  or the Starbow Airline website http://www.flystarbow.com/en to find and book from over 200,000 hotels around the world, available on Jovago.com in a few simple clicks.

Antrak Air says they are very delighted to be partnering with Jovago.com. According to the Marketing Manager, Richard Kyereh “this white label hotel booking solution will ensure that everyone visiting the Antrak Air website to book domestic flights in Ghana can also book their trips easily from the wide selection of hotels available on Jovago.com.
Starbow Airline which launched in 2011 with an inaugural flight to Kumasi, Ghana says that this partnership reinforces their commitment to their customers. The CEO James Eric Antwi in a statement released today says “our commitment is to provide travelling Ghanaians with an efficient, on-time flight system, with this Jovago.com partnership, we take it a step further by also providing easy access for them to book and secure accommodation at their destinations”.

According to Marek Zmyslowski, Managing Director of Jovago.com, “This is a great achievement for Jovago.com. As the leading hotel booking site in Nigeria, we aim to meet all our travelling customers wherever they may be, especially while they are in the booking process. This partnership with Antrak Air and Starbow Airline will make booking hotels even more accessible.”

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