CarTrawler Continues Partnership with Hawaiian Airlines

CarTrawler, an online global car rental platform, has again been awarded the car rental contract for Hawaiian Airlines. Since 2009, CarTrawler has provided Hawaiian passengers with a variety of car rental choices for prices and brands.

“Hawaiian Airlines has worked closely with CarTrawler over the past four years and we have absolute confidence in their ability to provide the service, value and choice our customers demand when purchasing car rental,” said Vicki Nakata, managing director of partnerships and travel products for Hawaiian Airlines. “Our renewed commitment to them reflects the fact that they have the best car rental product on the market today for our airline.”

“We look forward to continuing to grow Hawaiian Airlines’ online car rental business through constant innovation in our approach to online retailing,” said Mike McGearty, CEO at CarTrawler.

CarTrawler provides aviation, travel, hospitality, leisure and consumer brands with a direct connection to over 800 leading and independent car rental agents across different 174 countries, says the company. Hawaiian is part of a growing list of over 50 airlines worldwide that connect their passengers to car rental through CarTrawler’s online marketplace.

Comments

  1. Charles Hood [ December 16, 2013 @ 09:32PM ]

    It only shows how reliable and reputable the company is when it comes to car rental services. Customers must have really been satisfied with their services.

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