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Eurostar has become the first rail operator to make use of Travelport’s merchandising solution, Rich Content and Branding, connecting the rail service to over 68 000 travel agencies and management companies worldwide.

The agreement means that agents will have access to graphically rich content when searching for and booking Eurostar fares and seats.

Simon Tyler, head of sales and business improvement at Eurostar International, said, “With visually rich content covering our on-board classes of service and range of fares and offers, agents across the world will have at their fingertips the product information they need to represent our offering in the best possible manner.”

Derek Sharp, senior vice present and managing director, air commerce at Travelport, added, " It also marks another significant milestone for Rich Content and Branding as Eurostar is the first rail operator that can display rich content in a way which replicates the consumer experience online.”


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