Rentalcars Connect Partners With Online Travel Agency

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Rentalcars Connect, a division of, has formed a partnership agreement with Destinia, an online travel agency.

In the last four months of the partnership, Destinia has increased its bookings by 18% compared to the last year, according to the company.

"Customers seek availability, an assortment of vehicle models, value for money, and the convenience of achieving all of this in just a click; these are the values we prioritized when we were selecting our provider,” said Victor Oliva, head of transports for Destinia. “In addition to that, Rentalcars Connect is a company with international presence, which is needed in order to cover our customer's requirements."

"We are pleased to be partnering with Destinia once again,” said Patrick Dowling, regional director of Rentalcars Connect. “With this new agreement, our top priorities are to ensure their business needs are being met, and to provide a platform that creates the best experience for their customers while also maintaining strong conversion and revenue rates. So far we are very pleased with the initial growth we have seen."

Customers that book the most car rental products with Destinia include users from Spain, Saudi Arabia, Portugal, North America, and Italy. The website’s main destinations are Spain, Germany, Italy, Turkey, and France, according to the company.

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