CarTrawler Named Car Rental Provider to UTair Airline

CarTrawler was appointed as the exclusive car rental provider to UTair, Russia’s third largest airline, on Dec. 12.

Under the new agreement, UTair domestic and international passengers will have access to more than 800 car rental agents at 30,000 locations in 174 different countries when they book their car rental on www.utair.ru.

UTair is the 42nd airline to be added to CarTrawler’s portfolio

“As one of the largest carriers of passengers in the rapidly growing Russian travel market, UTair requires a car rental partner with the scale and expertise to meet the demands of their customers for a choice of car rental options across both domestic and international geographies,” said CarTrawler CFO David Paterson. “CarTrawler is delighted to have been selected and we look forward to a rewarding relationship with UTair, and supporting them in achieving their expansion plans.”


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