Cozmo Travel has introduced an online booking system for the UAE and GCC region, which offers a single account to manage all aspects of a tour package, including airline and hotel booking and car rentals worldwide.
Cozmo Travel has come up with an online portal for B2B trade – www.travtrolley.com. It has a user-friendly interface, developed to empower both travel agencies and corporates in the UAE and the GCC region. Commenting on the initiative, Jamal Abdul Nazar, CEO, Cozmo Travel, said, “We are proud to launch the online portal for the travel sector operators in the UAE. This is another milestone for Cozmo Travel that allows us to spearhead the industry by incorporating online innovations to serve our customers well. Our new B2B online platform will be a pioneering initiative in the UAE’s travel and tourism industry. We also plan to expand this initiative to other GCC countries. The B2B portal provides both inbound and outbound holiday packages across the globe based on various seasons and interests. We are launching this in order to help the smaller travel agents in their work; sub-agents can find whatever content they require from this site. This is not for us to compete with them but to lend a hand in their business.” Deepa Rajesh, Head of Sales, Cozmo Travel, said, “We introduced this considering the evolution of new business models in the travel industry to provide travellers more choices and assist them in making more informed decisions in the digital age. We firmly believe that technology and digitization are the way to move forward. This portal is at the forefront both technologically and in terms of the services offered. We are offering hundreds of airline fares and thousands of hotel rates at the users’ fingertips, with special deals on 25-plus airlines and access to multiple GDS inventories as well as various LCCs for most competitive airline fares. The rates are equal or lower than the major online travel portals. The portal is also to have on-hold airline reservations and 24/7 B2B support via call centre.”