CarTrawler Partners with Volotea Airline in Europe

CarTrawler entered a multi-year car rental partnership with Volotea, Europe’s low-cost airline, on July 31.

Domestic and international passengers traveling with Volotea to and from nine European countries including Italy, France, Spain, Czech Republic, Croatia, Germany, Greece and Portugal will benefit from a range of CarTrawler’s car rental suppliers, rental locations and prices when they book their car rental on www.volotea.com.

“Our latest airline partnership with Europe’s newest low fares airline is recognition of our successful delivery of profitable car rental programs in this market and around the world,” said CarTrawler Marketing Manager Joe Farinella. “We are excited about joining Volotea so soon after their launch and we look forward to playing an active role in growing their car rental business.”

Comments

  1. michele nodari [ September 18, 2017 @ 06:10AM ]

    Ho prenotato volo Volotea il 6/7/2017 e prenotato un'auto mi hanno fatto la prenotazione con Gold car si sono tenuti in gold car euro 155.95 con un deposito di 137.00 qualora l'auto non avesse il pieno ma in carta di credito amex la cartravel patner di volotea si è tenuta euro 177,99 di assicurazione....mi è costata di più l'auto che il volo che schifo....sto telefonando perchè non mi sta bene aver pagato 2 volte l'assicurazione...è una truffa legalizzata. Rivoglio indietro euro 177.99 che si sono presi dall'amex resto in attesa di risposte

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