Iceland-based airline technology provider Dohop has secured an additional "multi-million-euro" investment from Scottish Equity Partners (SEP), the first and largest investor in Skyscanner.
The company had raised a similar round from SEP in November 2020.
At the time of the last round, CEO David Gunnarsson had said its total funding was now nearly €20 million.
The top-up investment will be used to continue development of its interlining technology platform, giving airlines and other transport providers to ability to sell "complex itineraries without the need for code sharing or traditional interline agreeements."
It also hopes to hire new personnel with the fresh capital and capture some of the demand that airlines are experiencing for network and partner expansion.
David Gunnarsson, CEO of Dohop, says: “Our technology enables partnerships between airlines and offers passengers more destinations and travel customisation. With the support of SEP, our airline ecosystem has grown substantially, and we will continue to connect the world’s leading airlines, airports, and scheduled transport providers across the globe."