Combining all air and all ground transport connections into a single platform, Kiwi.com will provide a complete travel solution
While traveling becomes more accessible and affordable, it still requires a lot of time and focus to come up with an adequate plan. But this will all change soon with Kiwi.com, the world’s first Virtual Global Supercarrier.
The company has been extending its vast database of air and ground transport and aims to combine it all into one single platform that will make traveling stress-free.
Travelers won’t have to choose from hundreds of different airlines and prices, they won’t even have to worry about the transport to the airport or their hotel. Kiwi.com will provide them with a complete travel solution from the initial inspiration to the final destination.
In addition, the Virtual Global Supercarrier will secure that the prices remain similar, regardless of when the booking was created.
“Travel is becoming more and more fragmented with the abundance of local, regional and global transportation services and carriers,” said Kiwi.com CEO and co-founder Oliver Dlouhý in a statement.
“We’re working towards aggregation of the global transportation content, regardless of the mode, into one platform that will always provide the best option from any A to any B anywhere in the world,” Dlouhý added.
The vast majority of the global content should be bookable online within the next three years.
Connecting the unconnected
The transformation from an online travel agency to the Virtual Global Supercarrier has been a logical step reflecting the company’s development.
At its beginning, Kiwi.com invented and pioneered the technology of Virtual Interlining. This revolutionary approach allowed connecting flights of non-cooperating carriers. The Virtually Interlined itineraries have been secured by the Kiwi.com Guarantee which helps travelers in case they experience disruptions.
Recently, the company has added trains, buses, and other means of ground transport such as ride-hailing and even city micro-mobility to its vast database and became the first to introduce true intermodality.
Furthermore, the company is also improving transparency towards customers, starting with the Virtual Fare Types in the booking process, which they introduced in October 2019.
Kiwi.com’s Fare Types unify change and refund policies across its whole network of 750 air and ground carriers.
Next year, Kiwi.com will also introduce its unique Loyalty program rewarding travelers for using its services across the whole network. Members of the Loyalty program will be able to store their payment details for one-tap booking.
Try Kiwi.com’s unique features here.