Ryanair announces stategic partnership with Booking.com

Ryanair has today announced a new partnership with online hotel and accommodation reservation site Booking.com.

Ryanair said that the partnership with will offer its customers "best price guaranteed on any type of property, 550,000+ hotels and accommodation in 209 countries, 25 types of accommodation with over 40m guest reviews and the option of booking accommodation whilst booking flights or directly at Ryanair.com"

This is the latest in a series of announcements as part of Ryanair’s “Always Getting Better” programme.

Ryanair’s Chief Marketing Officer, Kenny Jacobs, said: “Ryanair is pleased to partner with Booking.com, the world’s leading online booking accommodation provider, in the latest in a long line of Ryanair digital improvements.

“Ryanair will carry 89m passengers this year at our lowest fares and our partnership with Booking.com guarantees the lowest hotel prices, allowing Ryanair customers to book their flights and accommodation together, ensuring they save even more, every time they fly with us.”

Global Head of PR at Booking.com, Andre Manning, said: “It is our goal to help leisure and business travellers - whatever their budgets are - easily discover, book, and enjoy the world’s best places to stay.

“We are excited to be the exclusive partner of Ryanair and to see reservations of accommodations grow rapidly in a very short time via their website.

“With more than 550,000 accommodations worldwide Booking.com is committed to offering the best travel experience wherever the Ryanair customers are travelling.”

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