CarTrawler Appointed as Car Rental Partner to Jetstar

Photo courtesy of CarTrawler
Photo courtesy of CarTrawler

CarTrawler, an online global car rental platform, has announced a partnership with Jetstar, a low-fare airlines based in Australia.

From its mobile app, tablet or desktop, Jetstar customers now have access to CarTrawler’s various car rental and ground transportation options, including over 2,000 independent car rental agents at 42,000 locations in 174 countries, according to the company.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Jetstar to the stable of over 100 international airlines now using the CarTrawler platform to power their ancillary revenue,” said Aileen O’Mahony, CarTrawler’s chief commercial officer. “We really see this win as a strong endorsement of our team, our business model, and our genuine B2B credentials”.

“Jetstar customers now have more choice than ever before, with Jetstar’s recent partnership with online travel technology platform, CarTrawler,” said Catriona Larritt, Jetstar Group’s chief commercial officer. “Offering competitive prices across Jetstar’s growing network, customers will have access to a range of hire car hire and transfer options, which can be conveniently added to your holiday booking via Jetstar.com. It’s just another way Jetstar is helping you to have a fun and hassle-free holiday.”

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