Through this partnership, Trending Travel will benefit from Paxport’s industry-leading flight distribution technology, via a suite of solutions to run their innovative travel business with; the first to be focussed around the rapidly growing trend of influencers sharing travel content on social media platforms.

Three core products will be utilised by Trending Travel, starting with a bespoke PaxCache based caching solution that not only provides highly accurate flight data, but is designed to allow total control and flexibility to meet the dynamic nature of the company’s unique social media based business model.

PaxFaB provides the broadest range of aggregated flight content through market-leading distribution travel technology allowing access to core airline content, supported by the use of Paxport’s advanced digital payment technology platform Pax2Pay to utilise secure and efficient virtual card payments.

Paxport are focused on simplifying and managing our customers’ operational challenges through a range of cloud-based and outsource solutions. With an end-to-end approach, Paxport not only delivers critical travel content but also creates new revenue streams whilst improving the passenger experience using modern digital technology.

Keith Herman, CEO at Trending Travel said “We are delighted to be working with Paxport. Their solution will give us a fully rounded user journey that makes our booking process incredibly simple both from a consumer perspective but crucially the backend accounts process is instantly streamlined.

Simon Taylor, Head of Account Management at Paxport said: “Simplifying our customers’ operational challenges is why Paxport continues to invest so significantly in our distribution technology. It means that businesses like Trending Travel can focus on what really matters – their dynamic and rapidly evolving travel programme – knowing that our connected ecosystem takes responsibility for their critical flights offering. We look forward to supporting Keith and his team as they enter the next stage of their growth.