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NusaTrip, Indonesia’s first IATA-certified online travel agency (OTA) and the travel vertical of Society Pass Inc. (SOPA) will be opening its second Southeast Asia (SEA) regional office in the Philippines.

Leveraging the momentum of the tourism industry recovery post-COVID-19 pandemic, NusaTrip is expanding its offering beyond air travel. NusaTrip aims to extend its flight content with more travel inspirations and relevant options, so everyone will always find something to explore and somewhere to fly to. 

On the business side, NusaTrip connects worldwide flight content through streamlined integration with low-cost and full-service airlines from multiple points of sale and enables global distribution at ease via its proprietary technology, the NusaXchange platform. 

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“Considering the market’s size and potential, the Philippines is an essential market for our ecosystem,” said Johanes Chang, CEO of NusaTrip. “NusaTrip aims to be the promotion partner for the Philippines tourism boards and become the travel hub that helps to connect overseas Filipinos with their home country. Our collaboration with local businesses will accelerate and improve the quality of our synergies and customer growth rate in the region.”

Chang added that with the Philippines’ scenic spots and picturesque beaches, NusaTrip will focus on promoting thousands of hotels on its platform and provide leisure alternatives for international travelers.

Nusatrip regional offices will focus on creating more variety of marketing initiatives and managing existing business relationships with airlines, hotels, and tourism promotion board partners.


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