As part of a partnership with the mobility provider Sixt as a “Preferred Partner” of Eurowings, the airline’s customers can now book rental cars with Sixt “at particularly advantageous conditions”.

Eurowings has partnered with CarTrawler, a global B2B car rental and mobility solutions provider to offer Eurowings customers a new comparison portal through its eurowings.com website. The portal can be used to select a rental car from over 2,200 suppliers around the world. Customers can select a rental car during the flight reservation process or independently afterwards.

With the expanded offer, different car rental providers can be compared with each other and the preferred offer can be selected. As part of a partnership with the mobility provider Sixt as Eurowings’ “Preferred Partner”, the airline’s customers can now book rental cars with Sixt “at particularly advantageous conditions”, according to a report. Eurowings press release.

CarTrawler already has partnerships with other airlines of the Lufthansa group. Swiss Airlines, Austrian Airlines and Brussels Airlines customers already book their rental cars through CarTrawler.

Aileen McCormack, Commercial Director of CarTrawler, said: “At CarTrawler, our goal is to foster successful partnerships. We have proven this within the Lufthansa Group through our existing partnerships by generating long-term sustainable growth in ancillary revenue year over year and this is at the heart of why Eurowings selected CarTrawler for its rental platform. cars. We are delighted to announce this exclusive agreement with Eurowings which will ensure that their car rental offering aligns with their innovative and customer experience driven proposition. Our travel technology is world class and the launch of a partnership of this magnitude as the world continues to recover from the pandemic is a testament to the quality of this technology, but also a recognition of the value we are already adding within the world. Lufthansa group at large. ”

Existing car rental bookings are not affected by the change of supplier.