Ticket Booking Made Easy As Spicejet, Cleartrip Ties up with Google Flights

News Oct 04, 2017 No Comments

SpiceJet and Cleartrip declared an association with Google Flights to make it easier for customers to view fares and schedules of flight within the search page of Google Flight itself. This incorporation will assist in reducing the time required to access details and book tickets by the customers.

Cleartrip’s Head of Air and Distribution, Balu Ramachandran, said, “Cleartrip is loved by its customers for its products and the firm has been making efforts for the past few years to spectacularly modify the reach, as we are positive that the product will look out retention and conversion. We are thrilled about this affiliation to get Cleartrip watched by contextual travel consumers, promoting our goals of efficiency and reach.”

Ticket Booking Made Easy As Spicejet, Cleartrip Ties up with Google Flights

Google Flights, introduced in 2015 in India, provides Indian travelers the facility to easily and quickly exploit destinations and see the best flights at reasonable costs. Google depends on online travel agents, third-party information providers, and airlines that opt to offer their information for adding in Google Flights. These details are updated instantaneously.

CMD of SpiceJet, Ajay Singh, said, “Google Flights is a pioneering service that makes journey planning intuitive and fun. At SpiceJet, our effort has always been to offer the utmost value to our consumers and this affiliation facilitates us to offer more alternatives to speedily mounting air travelers of India.”

Once the customers are on the Google Flights, searches can be easily and rapidly conducted for diverse flight routings, with the use of an interactive map to look at the probable destinations and go through live ticket charges. After choosing the flights they wish for, the users can hit the “Book” button to go on to the websites of SpiceJet or Cleartrip to buy their tickets without the need to input their flight preferences again.

Vikas Agnihotri, industry director Google India, said, “The online travel sector of India is extremely lively and has witnessed extensive innovation and growth. For Google, which is a new participant in the extremely combative online travel segment in India, this association with SpiceJet and Cleartrip is significant as it assists in expanding our services and offers users with another means to handily prepare and book their tour.”


Tushar Imade