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Update On Lanmei From AirlinePros

AirlinePros Canada Inc. reports that Lanmei Airlines of Cambodia (IATA: LQ/961) is now an active member of BSP Canada. Lanmei has opted for mass e-plating (general concurrence) so that all fully IATA registered travel organizations in Canada may start issuing tickets on LQ e-stock. LQ can be booked in all major GDS systems, such as Amadeus, Sabre and Apollo.

At this time LQ will be progressively introducing credit card acceptance(VI/MC/DC) forms of payment for use in GDS. That is in addition to standard “cash” transactions.

Agents may claim 3% commission POS on LQ operated flights with LQ plated published fares. Lanmei Airlines has appointed AirlinePros Canada to oversee BSP Coordination in Canada effective immediately.

Karl Müller, Canada director of AirlinePros, said: “Over the past 9-year period, Cambodia has enjoyed close to a 60% increase in tourist numbers originating from Canada.

Lanmei’s local and regional route network fits in very well for those traveling in and around Southeast Asia wanting to stop in Cambodia.

In addition to a growing trend for FIT and tourism related travel, ongoing bi-lateral business activities and the fact that Canada hosts a large immigrant diaspora from Cambodia will be of special interest to those travel categories.

Once the current pandemic effects are behind us, those travel categories will be able to fully explore LQ services. LQ maintains a diversified route network that connects Cambodia with various destinations across China and Southeast Asia.

Airlinepros looks forward to supporting Lanmei in reaching their market objectives. Once the current public health scenario subsides and stabilizes, Agents that deal with this region will be happy to know that now they have a new and exciting option for their itinerary fulfillment. Similar as to many other carriers at this time, full LQ route operations will gradually be reinstated progressively. ”

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