CarTrawler Enters Partnership With Swiss International Air Lines

From left to right: Kristina Ruhr, Michael Cunningham, Parand Rohanim and Brid Fortune. Photo courtesy of CarTrawler. 
From left to right: Kristina Ruhr, Michael Cunningham, Parand Rohanim and Brid Fortune. Photo courtesy of CarTrawler.

CarTrawler entered a partnership with Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS), the national airline of Switzerland. The agreement will give SWISS customers access to car rental brands, rail operators, shuttle bus companies, limousines and driver services.

Ground transportation services in more than 30,000 locations across 174 countries will be available to SWISS customers through the company’s website.

“We’re delighted to be working with SWISS and look forward to partnering with their team to help them build their brand and maximize the ancillary profit from car rental and other ground transportation solutions,” said CarTrawler Chief Commercial Officer Michael Cunningham. “We leverage the power of data science to anticipate customer’s needs and ensure that they have easy access to the most relevant form of transport to suit their journey.”

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