Sixt is expanding its partnership with Booking.com to make getting a rental car easier for travelers by offering pre-booked and on-demand Sixt rides within the Booking.com app.
Sixt and Booking.com have already been cooperating successfully in Germany for several years through the provision of rental cars to travelers. The partnership has now grown to include Sixt ride’s pre-booked transfer and limousine services, which will be offered across Germany and internationally via the Booking.com platform. In addition, the on-going integration of Sixt ride also enables on-demand taxi services across Germany and in selected cities in France, such as Paris and Marseille, to provide even greater flexibility for travelers.
Ride services, both pre-booked and on-demand, are popular modes of transport for travelers, at a time when many prefer individual transportation options. Rides also open up the greatest possible convenience and minimise any unnecessary contact when traveling in-trip.
The strategic partnership between the two companies is part of Sixt’s long-term digitalization and internationalization strategy and reinforces Sixt One’s position as a leading mobility platform. The mobility provider is thus continuously developing its offering in the interests of its customers in order to make travel as convenient and easy as possible for them. The partnership with Booking.com will provide Sixt with an opportunity to engage with a diverse global audience of customers and to offer their mobility products at a relevant point in the traveler journey.
With the expansion of its portfolio on Booking.com, Sixt is giving its customers easy access to various mobility offers from their doorstep to their final destination. The pre-bookable transfer services and limousine services of Sixt ride are now offered via Booking.com not only in Germany but also in the United States as well as France, Italy, Slovakia, Great Britain and Benelux. In addition, Sixt ride’s on-demand taxi service is being gradually rolled out via Booking.com across Germany and in selected cities in France.