Travel agencies registered on UK based travel commerce platform Travelport will have access to 6,000 hotel properties aggregated by OYO Rooms, through a tie up between both entities. Under the tie up, 68,000 registered travel agencies (on Travelport) from both India and other foreign countries will be able use OYO’s hotel booking platform directly without third-party influence. With this partnership, OYO is looking to capture the broader travel and tourism market by listing branded budget and luxury hotel stays to foreigners visiting India. It will leverage Travelport’s reach in 180 countries. OYO currently operates in more than 180 Indian cities, including Delhi, Jaipur, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Goa Travelport offers a Business-to-Business (B2B) marketplace for travel agencies and companies by connecting them with online and offline travel buyers. It also provides merchandizing and listing services to airlines and hotel properties, such as…
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