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Voyager Travel buys Lets Go Australia

Voyager Travel, the Australian travel management company, will acquire rival Lets Go Australia, as it seeks to expand in the West Australian and Japanese speaking travel market.

Voyager TravelLets Go Australia’s corporate client base will be passed onto to Voyager Travel, with clients steered towards Voyager Travel’s online booking engine, Serko and its business intelligence and reporting tool, Zuno, which are locally supported by Voyager’s own in-house team.

Richard Savva, Chief Executive Officer at Voyager Travel said: “The acquisition of Lets Go Australia helps cement Voyager Travel Corporation as one of the top corporate agencies in Western Australia and the resources sector overall.

“Acquiring Lets Go Australia allows Voyager to provide specialised Japan travel services such as fluent Japanese speaking consultants and direct booking and ticketing capabilities for the Japan Rail Network to organisations with Japanese senior executives based in Australia and companies who conduct business in Japan,” continued Mr Savva.

Lets Go Australia is one of the few travel agencies in Australia which have dedicated teams of Japanese speaking staff who are personally familiar with the unique aspects of travelling to and within Japan.  Through this acquisition, staff at Voyager Travel will be able to leverage this expertise at all our offices to ensure clients receive consistently outstanding service that deliver the best value in travel.

Savva continued: “One thing that will not change is Voyager Travel Corporation’s commitment to personal service to our clients.  Voyager provides complete accountability with our 100 percent service guarantee backed up by a team of professional travel consultants, each with an average of over 16 years of travel experience. We look forward to welcoming Lets Go Australia’s customers into the Voyager fold.”

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