The German global distribution and technological support company for air transport, Sirena, and the Spanish provider of comprehensive air services, Euroairlines, have signed an agreement enabling the latter to access over a thousand travel agencies in Eastern Europe.

This alliance aligns with Euroairlines’ strategy to enhance its presence in Eastern markets. According to Euroairlines CEO Guillermo López-Lázaro, the agreement reaffirms the Spanish company’s ‘real commitment’ in Eastern markets.

The signing coincides with the launch of Euroairlines’ IATA Billing and Settlement Plan (BSP) clearing platform in new countries, facilitating the activation of sales capabilities in reservation systems for new markets.

Sirena, through its Sirena-Travel distribution platform, holds a strong presence in the market. It provides services for over 200 airlines, with more than 700 travel agencies using its platform and over 270 airports relying on its billing platform.

As a strategic partner of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and one of the top 10 global providers of passenger management systems, Sirena, with offices in Germany and Eastern Europe, has been operating its global distribution platform since 2001, accumulating over 20 years of IT experience in the aviation sector. The company also ensures customer data security in credit card transactions with PCI DSS certification.

Thanks to the collaboration between the two companies, over a thousand travel agencies in Eastern Europe will gain access to Euroairlines’ services. Simultaneously, the agreement will enhance Sirena’s presence in the Spanish market.