FitsAir partners with AVIAREPS to expand its low-cost airline services in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and Myanmar, targeting increased ticket sales.
Singapore – With immediate effect, the Sri Lankan airline FitsAir appointed AVIAREPS as its General Sales Agent (GSA) in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Myanmar. AVIAREPS, the international representation, marketing and communications company for aviation, tourism, hospitality, and food & beverage brands, will support the airline with a full range of sales and ticketing services to help increase FitsAir’s presence in the four major markets in Southeast Asia.
FitsAir is Sri Lanka’s first and only privately-owned low-cost airline. With a mission to offer affordable and convenient air travel options for everyone, the airline has experienced a significant increase in demand for its services, primarily due to its focus on affordability, on-time performance and convenience.
AVIAREPS’ local expert teams in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Myanmar will support the airline’s expansion in these markets with the ultimate goal of increasing FitsAir’s presence and ticket sales.
Ammar Kassim, Executive Director, FitsAir: “We are excited to partner with AVIAREPS, who have a long-standing reputation for excellence in the air travel industry. We believe that this collaboration will strengthen our presence in Southeast Asia and help us reach new heights of success.”
Marcelo Kaiser, COO Aviation at AVIAREPS: “We feel honoured about the appointment as GSA for FitsAir in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Myanmar. Our teams of experienced airline professionals in the markets are committed to delivering exceptional customer service and to strengthening the airline’s brand awareness. We look forward to working with FitsAir to expand their reach and increase their market share in Southeast Asia.”
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