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Jet2 scoops best travel website award

Posted 28 March 2017 · Add Comment

Jet2holidays' dedicated trade site has been voted Best Travel Website by the Elite Travel Group Consortia.



The site, trade.jet2holidays.com, was developed with the feedback of agents so it not only helps drive sales so that agents can grow their business but it also acts as a valuable search and educational tool, providing information on Jet2holidays hotels and products.

Some of the features that helped the site scoop the award include:

Smart searching – neat options such as selecting multiple airports, remembering departure airports, and our deal finder all make the site intuitive and in step with the needs of agents.

A dedicated Jet2CityBreaks search function, helping agents to bring up specific searches for city breaks.

Information that agents want – in depth destination guides, detailed information and reviews about hotels and resorts, dedicated product pages with information on all the different brands we work with, as well as a live online chat facility to support agents. This type of information is based on what agents have told us they need.

Our unique partnership approach – the site provides agents with access to Jet2holidays branded, agency branded, or unbranded print and email quotes as well as print posters. This is our partnership approach in action, where we work with agents and support them to help them grow their business.

Alan Cross, Head of Trade at Jet2holidays said: “This is an award we are very proud of, because it is based on the views and experiences of agents who are using the Jet2holidays trade site day in day out. They rely on the site to help them drive sales so this accolade is a ringing endorsement of how well it works. We have a product and an offer that we are very proud of and we are supporting that with the best trade site on the market.”

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