Virtual Interlining for ground and sea transport
Connect your routes to any other point in the world
In 2018, Kiwi.com began to integrate ground transport into its offer for both B2C and B2B customers. Soon we will begin to implement sea transport carriers. We aim to provide full any A to any B routes so that a passenger only has to make one booking for their whole journey — start to finish.
Easily become a global carrier
Currently, we power more than 100 million searches and sell more than 35,000 seats every day. By providing your train, bus, ferry, taxi or raid-hailing content to Kiwi.com, you are able to access a global network of travelers that would otherwise be difficult or impossible to reach. We are already working with more than 200 different ground transport operators.
Virtual Interlining allows us to connect carriers who do not normally cooperate, significantly reducing the cost and hassle of multi-segment journeys for the passenger. We started by Virtually Interlining low-cost carriers, expanded this to include full-service, then to ground transport, and now also to include different airline classes.
Soon, Kiwi.com will be able to create itineraries from any point in the world to any other point — incrementally increasing your revenue with ease.
All connections protected by Kiwi.com Guarantee
Virtual Interlining combines flight segments from around 200 low-cost carriers with those offered by full-service carriers. When all ground transport providers are included, there are more than 750 carriers to choose from. And all of these connections are protected by our Kiwi.com Guarantee.
Every customer receives the benefits of our industry-leading customer support and Guarantee. In case of any disruption caused by delay, cancellation or schedule change, Kiwi.com will always take care of our passengers and ensure they arrive at their final destination. If the passenger decides not to finish the disrupted journey, they are entitled to a refund.
For more information get in touch using the form below, or read more about how we work with ground and sea transport