Monday, June 21, 2010

Travelocity travel needs end here

About Travelocity
Travelocity is a leading provider of consumer-direct travel services for the leisure and business traveller. It recently celebrated 10 years of success and has spread its know-how around the globe. Based in Dallas/Forth Worth, Texas, Travelocity now owns the leading European online travel company, and leading pan-Asia Pacific online travel company, ZUJI (see below).

Travelocity has invested millions of dollars to help customers achieve the best travel experiences and developed technology to give customers more control over their trip planning. Travelocity, from president to programmer, is driven by the spirit of customer championship.

What does this mean to Travelocity India customers?

Travelocity has created a unique niche in the online travel sector, and as a champion for customers, offers Indian travellers an exceptional travel planning and shopping experience online, great value and choices, as well as safe and secure booking and buying online.

Travelocity booked USD 10.1 billion worth of travel in 2006. It markets and distributes travel-related products and services directly to individuals through its various global web sites and customer care centres, plus Web sites operated by supplier and distribution partners.

Travelocity was named the "World's Leading Travel Internet Site" for the eighth consecutive year at the 2005 World Travel Awards.

Travelocity is delighted to be now bringing the benefits of online travel to India.

Global Reach
Travelocity operates multiple businesses tailored to customers domestically in North America and internationally, offering a large number of web sites in 12 languages. It has a further 44,000+ affiliates in 40 countries.

What does this mean to Travelocity India suppliers?

This global network offers local, regional and global online distribution options, reaching multi-millions of travellers, who view around 60million site pages a month
• To advertise on Travelocity sites locally, throughout Asia Pacific or on our sister sites in North America ( or Europe (, click here
• For your hotel to join the 'Travelocity Hotel Program' hotel listings, click here
• If you are a supplier, and want to contact us, click here

About ZUJI
ZUJI® is a one-stop-shop for travel. Headquartered in Singapore, ZUJI is owned by Travelocity®, an international leader in online travel, and operates online travel sites and teams throughout the region, Travelocity India included.

In 2005, 2006, 2007 and again in 2008, ZUJI was recognised as Asia Pacific’s ‘Best Online Travel Agent', as awarded by TTG travel magazines. ZUJI was also awarded as the 'Best Online Travel Agency' in 2007 during the TravelWeekly (Asia) Industry Awards 2007 ceremony.

ZUJI gives travellers in Asia Pacific access to a choice of over thousands of hotels with traveller reviews, hundreds of airlines as well as offering thousands of cruises, car hire, attraction bookings, package tours and other travel products and tools online. ZUJI sites allow travellers to take control of their travel planning, budget, supplier and itinerary decisions.

ZUJI has teams and/or travel websites in Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, Korea ('Nextour Korea'), New Zealand ('Travelocity New Zealand'), and India ('Travelocity India'), as well as many 'Travel Partner Network' sites throughout Asia Pacific.

The combination of ZUJI's experience and expertise in starting and growing online travel businesses, supported by in-country teams with local knowledge, has been key to establishing its many successful online travel sites and managing all Travelocity assets throughout Asia Pacific. It is a unique and powerful proposition which ZUJI has employed in India. The Travelocity India team is based in Mumbai.

The word 'ZUJI' is an English derivation of the Chinese/pinyin word for 'footprint'. We use the footprint image and icon regularly on our sites, in marketing and newsletters, because to us it denotes both the start of a journey, and the green footprint icons throughout our site highlight eco-friendlier travel choices.

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