Jayride has signed a partnership agreement with the NRMA, Australia’s largest motoring organisation, and from July 1 will provide its 2.6 million members with a special partnership rate for fixed-price airport transfers around the world.
The deal will save NRMA members time and money, ensuring they are met on arrival at more than 1000 airports in 69 countries and pay a set fee for their transport with no hidden costs.
Jayride Managing Director Rod Bishop welcomed the NRMA partnership as another step forward for the business, which connects travellers with 3000+ transport companies on six continents.
“We are delighted to be working with the NRMA and its members. The NRMA is determined to keep its members moving and this partnership will enable them to do that,” Bishop said.
NRMA Blue General Manager Michael Betteridge said the partnership with Jayride would add further value to an NRMA Membership.
“We know our Members love to travel, so it makes sense to grow our NRMA Blue offerings in the tourism space,” Mr Betteridge said.
“The NRMA is proud to be partnering with innovative companies like Jayride to deliver real savings for our Members.”
About Jayride: Jayride is the world’s leading airport transfer website – currently more than 1000 passenger trips are booked through www.jayride.com every day and volume is growing strongly each quarter. Jayride is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange and based in Sydney.
About the NRMA: The NRMA is Australia’s largest Member organisation, providing a range of services for Members and the community, including roadside assistance, car servicing, NRMA Parks and Resorts as well as a diverse range of motoring, travel and lifestyle benefits through NMA Blue.