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Buy Cheaper, Earn More

Purchase 75% of flights lower than GDS fares
Issue air tickets today with no prior deposit
Manage reservations with no GDS know-how
Pay by card without transaction fees or by cash later
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How does it work?
You can start earning immediately after you register. Each time you sign in you will see the special discounted prices we offer to our Affiliates. For each itinerary, you will see the respective discount before purchasing. You may pay for the reservation choosing the method that suits you best.
How much can you earn?
We are sharing our profit with you. Each reservation will have a different discount according to the journey type, airline and the number of passengers. The combination of the provided discount on our competitive prices defines your total earnings. We provide an itinerary receipt without pricing details, in case you want to add an additional service fee.
How to earn discount?
The earnings collection is instant. By buying cheaper than you sell to your customer you will be able to profit from the discount offered at the time of purchase.
e-Travel SA is an Online Travel Agency established in 2007 focusing mainly on flights. Since then we have experienced significant growth year over year. By the end of 2014 we are going to reach 1.250.000 passengers.

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We are constantly trying to maximize our revenue streams, get access to lower fares and decrease our fulfillment costs in order to provide our partners with the lowest price possible.

Annual growth in passengers served


Our constant effort is driven towards localizing our online presence and maximizing the satisfaction of our partners and our clients by mastering the art of Customer Support. The latest customer satisfaction survey gave us a grade of 8,9 out of 10.

Better pricing is a result of


  • Use of e-Travel S.A. Service is provided to You free of charge.
  • You will have access to Discounted prices if you have registered as Partner. You may start earning immediately after You finish the registration process.
  • You are eligible for Discount on Flight purchases made from Website after and only if You have logged in.
  • Partner is entirely responsible for keeping Contact Information valid and up to date.
  • This Agreement shall be considered automatically extended for each subsequent year unless terminated by either of the parties.

Terms and Conditions of Partners Partnership Program

These Terms and Conditions constitute a legal agreement (“Agreement”) between Partner (“You” or “Your” as the context requires) and e-Travel S.A. (“Us” or “We” as the context requires). Please, read them carefully before using the online service or any ancillary or derivative product (“Service”) provided by e-Travel SA to You. By clicking the “Register” button and by using the Service in any way, You confirm either for yourself or on behalf of your Company that you have read and understood the Agreement and have accepted to be bound by it. We may amend this Agreement at any time in our discretion. If you do not agree to comply with these Terms and Conditions or any amendments to them, please stop using the Service immediately.
  1. Use of the Service
    1. Use of the e-Travel SA Service is provided to you free of charge.
    2. e-Travel SA operates and controls the Service and provides it to You in its absolute discretion.
    3. Subject to this Agreement, e-Travel SA allows You to access the reservation system available on any branded e-Travel SA website (Website) and to use the Service to book travel services (“Reservation”).
    4. We may change the Service at any time in our absolute discretion, including, but not limited to, suspending access to the Service informing You thereof via email.
    5. In consideration of Us permitting You to use the Service, You agree to comply with these Terms and Conditions.
    6. It is entirely Your responsibility to keep valid and updated contact details section in MY (extranet for Partners) in order to ensure you receive all kind of notifications sent via email by e-Travel SA on time.
  2. Restrictions and Unauthorized Activities
    1. Your permission to use the Service as set out in Paragraph 1 above is conditional upon your compliance with this Agreement and is subject to the following restrictions:
      1. You must comply with all laws and regulations when using the Service and must not use the Service for illegal or illegitimate purposes;
      2. You must not use the Service in any manner whatsoever that may prejudice or damage e-Travel SA business or bring us into disrepute;
      3. We are not responsible for the contents of any materials placed on any web pages of Partner’s website and shall not be obliged to censor or examine them;
      4. You must not remove, alter, tamper with or in any way change the Service or any part of it;
      5. Your use of Service will not infringe the rights of any third party.
  3. e-Travel SA Property
    1. All intellectual property rights including, but not limited to, copyright (including copyright in computer software), patents, trademarks or business names, design rights, database rights, know-how, trade secrets and rights of confidence in the Service (“Intellectual Property Rights”) are owned or licensed by e-Travel SA. You acknowledge that by using the Service, You will not acquire any right or interest in the Service or the Intellectual Property Rights.
    2. You shall not in any way imitate or copy any of e-Travel SA Websites (in general or in respect of certain (new) features, pages, form, composition or aspects).
  4. Data Protection
    1. From 25th of May 2018 the Data Processing Agreement (the “DPA”) attached to this Agreement shall regulate the data processing activities to be carried out pursuant to this Agreement.
  5. Indemnification and Liability
    1. You agree to indemnify and keep e-Travel SA fully and effectively indemnified from and against all actions, claims, proceedings, costs, damages and expenses (including, without limitation, legal fees) arising out of your use of the Service including, without limitation, the provision by you of copy or data which may be or become utilised on your website and which makes e-Travel SA liable against any third party.
    2. All disputes arising between You and Us under this Agreement shall be resolved by way of direct negotiations or be submitted for settlement at the location of the defendant.
    3. The Parties shall not bear liability for improper performance of its obligations hereunder, if it was caused by the circumstances beyond the reasonable control of the Parties. The Party unable to perform its obligations shall inform the other Party of such circumstances in written form within three business days from the occurrence of such circumstances:
      1. In this Agreement the following circumstances shall be deemed force-majeure: flood, fire, earthquake and other forces of nature as well as war and military activity, adoption by governmental authorities of a legal act which causes failure in performance of the obligations under this Agreement.
  6. Discount
    1. You will have access to Discounted prices, if you have registered as Partner.
    2. Although Partners have access to Discounted prices through their registered account, e-Travel SA is not obliged to offer Discounted prices for all itineraries.
    3. You are eligible for Discount on Flight purchases made from Website after and only if You have logged in.
  7. Mutual Settlements
    1. e-Travel SA shall issue e-tickets for Reservation You make on the Website after the full settlement occurs no matter the method of payment You choose. Any Reservation should be ticketed in order for the Carrier to fulfill its transportation obligations.
    2. In case of Reservation cancellation (either full or partial) the amount of refund will be calculated in accordance with Carrier’s rates, transportation rules and written instructions of the Carrier.
  8. Taxation
    1. Partner is an independent contractor for all purposes and will be responsible and liable for its own taxes, social contributions and all other tax related matters.
    2. In case withholding taxes are foreseen by law, both parties accept to follow the procedure according to the law.
  9. Communication
    1. You must keep your Contact Details up to date as those will be used to inform you on any amendments to the reservation (e.g. schedule change, flight cancellation, etc.). You undertake the responsibility to inform Passenger about any changes to the itinerary.
    2. In cases Passenger contacts Us directly and requests any modification to his/her Reservation we shall satisfy the request.
  10. Confidentiality
    1. Conditions of this Agreement and documents concerning the performance of the Agreement are confidential and shall not be disclosed to third parties.
  11. Duration
    1. This Agreement enters into force upon Registration.
    2. This Agreement shall be considered automatically extended for each subsequent year unless terminated by either of the parties.
  12. Termination
    1. e-Travel SA may in its absolute discretion immediately terminate this Agreement upon notice to You. Upon termination of this Agreement You will not have right to use the Service and all permissions set out in paragraph 1 shall cease.
    2. You may terminate this Agreement at any time by not using Our Service any further. Any termination by You of this Agreement shall be without prejudice to any rights and remedies of e-Travel SA in respect of any breach by You of this Agreement prior to such termination.


This Data Processing Agreement (the “DPA”) forms part of the Terms and Conditions of the Partners Partnership Program (the "Agreement") between You and e-Travel S.A. In the context of data processing under the Agreement, You are the data controller (“Controller”) and e-Travel S.A is the data processor (“Processor”).


This Agreement consists of this main document and the following appendices:

Appendix 1: Instructions to the Processor
    1. In this Agreement, capitalized terms shall have the meanings set out below or if not defined herein, the meanings set forth in Applicable Legislation.
      Applicable Legislation means from and including 25 May 2018, the GDPR and any applicable supplementary legislation to the GDPR.
      Data means the personal data (as defined in Applicable Legislation), specified in Appendix 1 hereto.
      GDPR means Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and the Council as amended, supplemented and/or varied from time to time.
    2. The Processor may update this DPA from time to time to ensure that it complies with Applicable Legislation at all times during the term of this Agreement.
    1. The Processor shall process the Data in accordance with the Agreement and the Controller’s written instructions set forth in Appendix 1.
    2. The Processor may not process the Data for any other purposes or in any other way than as instructed by the Controller in the Agreement or Appendix 1. The Parties shall update Appendix 1 in the event of new or amended instructions. However, should the Processor not agree to such amended instructions the Processor may terminate the Agreement.
    3. Notwithstanding the above, the Processor may undertake reasonable day-to-day actions with the Data without having received specific written instructions from the Controller, provided that the Processor acts for and within the scope of the purposes stated in Appendix 1.
    4. In the event that the Processor considers that any instruction violates Applicable Legislation, the Processor shall refrain from acting on such instructions and shall promptly notify the Controller.
    1. The Controller shall obtain explicit and legally valid consents from each data subject for the processing of the Data or ensure that another legal ground recognized under Applicable Legislation applies for processing of the Data. The Controller shall further meet all other obligations of a controller under Applicable Legislation (including requirements to properly inform the data subjects of the processing of the Data).
    2. The Controller’s instructions for the processing of the Data shall comply with Applicable Legislation. The Controller shall have sole responsibility for the accuracy, quality, and legality of the Data and the means by which it acquired the Data.
    1. The Processor shall maintain adequate security measures to ensure that the Data is protected against destruction, modification and proliferation. The Processor shall further ensure that Data is protected against unauthorized access.
    2. The Processor shall ensure (i) that only authorized employees have access to the Data, (ii) that the authorized employees process the Data only in accordance with this Agreement and the Controller’s instructions and (iii) that each authorized employee is bound by a confidentiality undertaking towards the Processor in relation to the Data.
    3. The Processor shall notify the Controller without undue delay after becoming aware of a personal data breach. Furthermore, the Processor shall assist the Controller in ensuring compliance with the Controller's obligations to (i) document any personal data breach, (ii) notify the applicable supervisory authority of any personal data breach and (iii) communicate such personal data breach to the data subjects, in accordance with Applicable Legislation.
    1. The Processor shall assist the Controller with the fulfilment of the Controller’s obligation to ensure that the data subjects may exercise their rights under Applicable Legislation by ensuring appropriate technical and organizational measures. The data subjects’ rights include (i) rights to object to the processing and have the Data erased, (ii) rights to request information about and access to the Data, (iii) if technically viable, rights to move Data from one controller to another, and (iv) rights to request correction of Data.
    2. The Processor shall further assist the Controller in relation to the Controller’s obligations under Articles 32-36 of the GDPR (such obligations include (i) ensuring security of the processing, (ii) impact assessments regarding data protection and (iii) prior consultations).
    1. The Processor may engage third parties to process the Data or any part thereof on its behalf (“Sub-Processor”). A list of the Sub-Processors shall be submitted by Processor upon Controller’s written request (to email Should the Processor engage any further Sub-Processors, the Controller shall be informed thereof (in which event they are “Approved Sub-Processors” provided that the Controller does not object in accordance with Section 6.1). Any affiliates of Processor (meaning any entity directly or indirectly, through one or more intermediaries, controlling, controlled by, or under common control with Processor) shall be Approved Sub-Processors.
    2. The Processor shall enter into a written agreement with every Sub-Processor, in which each Sub-Processor undertakes obligations at least reflecting those undertaken by the Processor under this Agreement.
    3. In the event the Controller objects within 10 days in writing to any new Sub-Processor becoming an Approved Sub-Processor (counted from receiving a notification in accordance with what is stated in Section 6.1 above), then the Processor shall use reasonable efforts to make available to the Controller a change in the services or recommend a commercially reasonable change to Controller’s configuration or use of the services to avoid processing of Data by the objected-to new Sub-Processor. If such change is not practically or commercially reasonable to make within a reasonable period of time, the Processor shall at its discretion be entitled to terminate the Agreement. The Processor shall inform the Controller within 40 days after receipt of the Controller’s objection whether it utilizes its right to terminate.
    4. When the Controller has approved a Sub-Processor, the Controller may no longer object to such Sub-Processor.
    1. The Processor may transfer personal data outside the EU/EEA. If the Processor transfers personal data outside the EU/EEA, or engages a Sub-Processor to process Data outside of the EU/EEA, the Processor shall ensure that at least one of the following prerequisites is fulfilled:
      1. the receiving country has an adequate level of protection of Personal Data as decided by the European Commission,
      2. the Controller confirms that the data subject has given his/her consent to the transfer,
      3. the transfer is subject to the European Commission’s standard contractual clauses for transfer of personal data to third countries,
      4. the Sub-Processor is subject to Binding Corporate Rules and the receiving party in the third country is also subject to the Binding Corporate Rules, or
      5. for transfers to the United States, the receiving legal entity is certified under the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield.
    2. In the event of a transfer of Data outside the EU/EEA initiated by the Processor, the Processor shall demonstrate that a valid legal ground applies to the transfer.
    3. When relevant, the Processor is authorised by the Controller to enter into the European Commission’s standard contractual clauses with any Sub-Processor on the Controller’s behalf for the abovementioned purpose.
  8. AUDIT
    1. Upon the Controller’s request, the Processor will provide to the Controller information necessary to demonstrate the Processor’s compliance with its obligations under Applicable Legislation.
    2. The Controller shall, if the information provided by the Processor is insufficient for demonstrating Processor’s compliance, be entitled on 30 days’ written notice to carry out an audit of the Processor’s processing of the Data and information relevant in that respect. The Controller shall carry the costs for such audit.
    3. If a Data Protection Authority carries out an audit of the Processor which may involve the processing of Data, the Processor shall notify the Controller thereof.
  9. COSTS
    1. The Controller shall bear all additional costs for any altered or additional instructions to the Processor regarding the processing of the Data and for any additional costs incurred by the Processor due to any changes of Applicable Legislation or other relevant regulations. The Processor shall further be entitled to compensation for any and all actions undertaken by it on behalf of or as instructed by the Controller.
    1. The Processor’s liability arising out of or related to this Agreement is subject to the provisions on limitation of liability stated in the Agreement.
    1. The Processor undertakes not to disclose or provide any Data, or any information related to the Data, to any third party. For the avoidance of doubt, any approved Sub-Processor shall not be considered a third party for the purposes of this Section 11.
    2. Notwithstanding Section 11.1 above, the Processor may disclose such information if the Processor is obliged hereto by law, judgement by court or by decision by a competent authority. When such obligation arises, the Processor shall promptly notify the Controller in writing before disclosure, unless restricted from doing so under Applicable Legislation.
    1. The Processor shall upon termination of the Main Agreement(s) limit the processing to storage of the Data submitted by the Controller. Each Controller customer/end user order shall thereafter be erased/anonymized after 3 years counted from the date of the order. The Parties agree and acknowledge that this storage is required for fulfillment of any potential customer/end user complaints, and that the Data may be made available to the Controller upon written request in case of such complaints. For avoidance of doubt, this means that the Processor may store Data no longer than 3 years after termination of the Main Agreement(s).
  13. TERM
    1. This Agreement shall, notwithstanding the term of the Agreement, enter into effect when the Processor commences to process Data on behalf of the Controller and shall terminate when the Processor has erased the Data in accordance with Section 12 above.


Any processing carried out by the Processor shall be carried out in accordance with the following instructions. If the Processor processes Data in violation with these instructions, the Processor will be deemed data controller.

Subject matter of the processing Personal data of the Controller’s customers/end users, purchasing travel services via the Controller.
Purposes of the processing The objective of the Processor is the performance of the Main Agreement(s), to enable the travel arrangements and bookings the Controller’s customers/end users have requested from the Controller.

For example, i) ticket issuance, ii) post sale support, iii) invoicing.
The character of the processing The Processor will request special categories of data (sensitive) from the Controller’s customers/end users only in cases when such information is required for the performance of the Main Agreement. For example i) medical certificate of the customer/end user in case of a refund application ii) medical or health condition affecting the trip of the customer/end user; or iii) any other requests where the customer/end user reveals special categories of personal data. The Controller is responsible for requesting and receiving the required explicit consent (or other legal ground for processing) from the customer/end user for Processor’s handling of such data.
The period of the processing The terms of the underlying Main Agreement(s) and section 12 of the Agreement governs the period of processing.
Categories of Data Name & Surname, Date of Birth, Nationality, Passport Number, Ticket Numbers, Passenger Name Locators (PNRs)
Categories of data subjects Controller’s customers/end users
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