“This is a great step for Nauru Airlines as it means travel agents from all over the world now have various options to help their customers book flights with Nauru Airlines,” Nauru Airlines Chief Commercial Officer, Richard Miller, said.
“Not only to we expect that joining the GDS will allow more customers to use our services by booking via travel agents, but we are hopeful that this step will expand our brand awareness on a global scale.
Nauru Airlines currently services Brisbane (Australia), Nauru, Nadi (Fiji), Majuro (Marshall Islands), Tarawa (Kiribati), Honiara (Solomon Islands) and Pohnpei (Federated States of Micronesia).
“Our destinations are some of the most beautiful on the planet, but previously it has been difficult for travel agents to book us easily,” Mr Miller said.
“We are proud of the tireless work of all facets of our team during the implementation process, and we are looking forward to welcoming more passengers to explore the Central Pacific with us.
Passengers can look forward to friendly Nauruan hospitality aboard the full-service airline, and Mr Miller says passengers will be left spellbound by the views when flying into the destinations.
“We are now connecting Nauru Airlines with the travel agents of the world which we know will lead to greater access and more opportunities to share the heart and culture of Nauru and the Pacific.”