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Ryanair and Kiwi partnership takes off Ryanair and Kiwi partnership takes off

Ryanair and Kiwi Partnership Takes Off

Following the announcement of their ‘Approved OTA’ partnership in in January, Ryanair, on May 29 announced that its low fare flights are now available to book as part of Kiwi bookings just in time for the peak summer holiday season.

For Kiwi customers who wish to book Ryanair flights/ancillaries, this exciting new partnership means:

  • Customers benefit from Ryanair’s low fares combined with Kiwi’s virtual interlining service.
  • Customers receive all flight-related communications directly from Ryanair, including T&Cs and important flight updates.
  • Customers have direct access to their myRyanair account to manage their booking.
  • Customers don’t have to complete Ryanair’s customer verification.

 Over the past few months, Ryanair has signed ‘Approved OTA’ distribution agreements with six large OTAs, including this partnership with Kiwi, demonstrating how OTAs can work transparently with Ryanair to benefit consumers.

Speaking from Prague, Eddie Wilson, CEO, Ryanair, said, “We’re delighted to be in Prague with the Kiwi team today to launch a partnership with Ryanair flights now being available to Kiwi customers to book with full price transparency (no overcharges or hidden mark-ups) and direct access to their booking through their myRyanair account, which is great news for Kiwi customers. With the peak summer season just around the corner, we look forward to seeing lots of happy Kiwi customers onboard our low fare Ryanair flights not only from our four Czech airports to 39 destinations, but right across Europe.”