Karhoo announces multiple new partners to join platform from across the travel industry


Aggregator of mobility solutions and services, Karhoo, a global platform that connects local and existing taxi and private chauffeur fleets with travel brand clients around the world, this week announced a raft of new partners from across the travel industry.


Following its success with SNCF to develop the “Mon Chauffeur” reservation service and agreements with Booking.com, Hoppa, Thalys and Renfe, the company now boasts partnerships with:

  • Trip.com (Ctrip) and its 300 million members, 

  • Fareportal the travel company that operates CheapOair.com and OneTravel.com,

  • Mobee Travel the first online holiday booking platform dedicated to people with specific accessibility needs,

  • Lyko, a multimodal mobility platform dedicated to airport transfers have all chosen Karhoo to develop their mobility offer.

Karhoo connects millions of customers and users of their partners to three million drivers in more than 1,500 cities in 125 countries.

In addition to its partnerships with the SNCF, Thalys and Renfe, Karhoo's mobility aggregation service has recently been made available on Booking.com and Hoppa, enabling these brands to develop a white-label last-mile mobility offer and improve the experience for passengers worldwide. 


Boris Pilichowski, Co-CEO of Karhoo Group explains this differentiating approach: "Karhoo's DNA is to integrate and digitalise existing mobility offers in order to give them technological access to new markets. More than 3,000 fleets already trust us. In return, we value them and offer them access to a worldwide demand."

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