Europcar Signs Agreement with French Airline

Air Caraïbes, a French airline, and Europcar have announced the signing of an exclusive commercial partnership for the next three years.

When booking a flight, Air Caraïbes passengers get access to Europcar’s rental vehicles as well as a 5% off discount on the public rate.

Additionally, “Preference” Air Caraïbes account holders are awarded 500 miles every time they rent a vehicle through Europcar.

“This partnership between Air Caraïbes and Europcar, both references in their fields, is part of our strategy to continually provide our passengers with new services while privileging quality and flexibility, said Yohan Paulin, information systems director at Air Caraïbes. “The offer we’re proposing with this partnership is a response that matches our passengers’ needs and places special emphasis on commercial advantages.”

“We are delighted with this partnership with Air Caraïbes because it is totally in line with our will to support the mobility of our clients,” said Marcus Bernhardt, Europcar’s group chief commercial officer. “We share the same sense of customer satisfaction with Air Caraïbes and are determined to offer passengers a qualitative experience with a wide range of tailored, exclusive services.”

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