Stansted and agree deal to bring virtual interlining to the airport

Stansted and agree deal to bring virtual interlining to the airport

Stansted and Czech airfare comparison site have announced a partnership that they say will revolutionise the transfer experience at the Essex airport. has pioneered ‘virtual interlining’ technology that enables customers to match flights from carriers that do not have any formal agreements in place.

The firm says it will deploy its “state-of-the-art” technology at Stansted “aimed at disrupting and revolutionising transfer traffic in the aviation industry”.

Under the new “virtual interline” initiative, the airport will work with to deliver a “fast, comfortable and hassle-free transfers” for passengers of both full-service and low-cost airlines operating at the airport. said the transfer product will be unlike any other interline or self-connect product currently available on the market.

Passengers, will not have to exit into the check-in hall, transfer terminals, or re-check in baggage for every flight, unlike current arrangements. claims the technology will simplify things for airlines by taking away legacy issues like complex interline agreements, booking system integration, and connectivity to low-cost carrier networks. algorithms, will enable passengers from over 185 countries to buy more than 2,500 unique flight combinations from both full service and low-cost airlines, for travel via Stansted.

Zdenek Komenda, chief business development officer at, said: “We are delighted to be partnering with London Stansted Airport to assist in delivering this transfer product benefiting both passengers and all full-service and low-cost airlines which operate out of this key London airport.

“The global growth of our “virtual interline” model is enabling seamless travel, we are committed to making travel better for both users and providers”, said

Aboudy Nasser, chief commercial officer at London Stansted Airport, added: “Our vision at London Stansted is to pioneer next generation journeys.

“We are currently serving more passengers than ever before and flying to 200 destinations across the global, and as London’s fastest growing airport we expect this upward trend to continue. This is why we are investing £600 million in transforming the airport experience and have applied for permission to raise the number of passengers we serve to 43 million a year.y

“Working closely with our partners, we are developing a truly revolutionary transfer product that delivers the benefits of the existing interline model and airport assisted self-connect model, without their inherent disadvantages. It’s a win win for both the airlines and their passengers.”

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