CarTrawler Partners with Volaris Airlines

CarTrawler, an online global car rental platform, has partnered with Mexican airline Volaris.

Under this new partnership, Volaris domestic and international passengers will now have access to over 800 leading and independent car rental agents — covering all Volaris destinations and 30,000 airport and city locations in 174 different countries.

“Volaris is the first Mexican carrier to connect their passengers to car rental through CarTrawler’s online car rental marketplace,” said Michael Cunningham, chief commercial officer of CarTrawler. “This is a significant new partnership for CarTrawler as we continue to expand our business into Central and South America. We look forward to providing Volaris passengers with the greatest choice of prices, brands and value wherever they require car rental.”

“As part of our commitment to provide the best travel experiences to our customers, we established this partnership with CarTrawler,” said Carlos Iraheta, ancillaries and CRM manager at Volaris. “We are certain that it will be a great opportunity for all our customers, who from now on will be able to access a vast number of car rental options.”

Volaris is the first Mexican airline to join a growing list of over 50 airlines worldwide that connect their passengers to car rental through CarTrawler’s online marketplace, according to CarTrawler. More than 300 million passengers per year now have access to car rental brands all over the world through connections powered by CarTrawler.

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