CarTrawler Appointed Transportation Partner to Emirates

Photo courtesy of Emirates.
Photo courtesy of Emirates.

CarTrawler, an online global car rental platform, has been appointed as the exclusive ground transportation provider to Dubai-based airline Emirates.

This partnership will provide Emirates customers with more choices and prices for car rental and other transport options, including taxi, shuttle, rail, and private transfer.

“Like CarTrawler, Emirates is an exciting global business that is growing rapidly,” said Michael Cunningham, CarTrawler’s chief commercial officer. “CarTrawler’s scale, its technology and, above all else, its status as the world’s best-converting transport platform will help Emirates to sustain its impressive level of growth well into the future. This new partnership will benefit Emirates customers with an enhanced transportation experience in every respect, while delivering the best possible return for Emirates and its investors through our scientific approach to ground transportation and car rental retailing.”

“We are pleased to partner with CarTrawler to give our customers access to a vast network of ground transport services, complementing the 150 destinations we fly to,” said Paul Starrs, senior vice president, Global Sales, Emirates. “At Emirates, we are always looking to enhance the customer journey on-board and beyond. Besides car rentals, the tie-up will also offer options for airport transfers, creating a seamless travel experience on Emirates.com. We are confident that our partnership with CarTrawler will add value to our customers.”

Comment On This Story

Name:  
Email:  
Comment: (Max. 10000 characters)  
Please leave blank:
* Please note that every comment is moderated.

 
 

Newsletter: Sign up to receive latest news, articles, and much more.

Read the latest

Auto Focus Blog: A blog covering fleets, auto rental and the business of cars

What a Connected Fleet Means to Avis (and Car Rental)

Counter bypass is just the beginning. The promise of a “data-driven ecosystem” that connects renters with the rental agency, retail services, and even the city is a better managed fleet, an improved user experience, and new revenue opportunities during the rental itself.

Should Peer-to-Peer Renters Pay Airport Car Rental Fees?

The question is central to the City of San Francisco’s lawsuit against Turo for operating without a permit at San Francisco International Airport.

Hard Times Ahead for the Compact SUV Segment?

The hottest segment today is facing a glut of models and volume in tomorrow’s wholesale market.

Job Finder: Access Top Talent. Fill Key Positions.

>