Google Flight Search will continue to be a friend of Ryanair even as the pair prepare to battle it out in the courts over an advertising dispute.
The confirmation came as another broadside was fired from Ryanair in its ongoing battle against eDreams over alleged "deceptive practices".
The European low cost carrier was reacting to recent claims from eDreams that Ryanair is attempting to "stop online travel agencies from offering consumers the best price and choice when it comes to booking flights".
The spat between the two companies first came to light in early-October this year when Ryanair made a high profile complaint against eDreams and the use of branded pages and online ads.
Ryanair then said it had "no choice but to take legal action against both Google and eDreams" after its ongoing calls for the search giant to crack down on what it claims is misleading advertising by the Odigeo-operated OTA.
This week, to counter the argument that the carrier is anti-OTA, Ryanair says it has agreements with a number of intermediaries to allow them to "legitimately connect" to get fares and availability.
Ryanair highlights CompareTheFare, Dohop, Skyscanner, Kayak and Trabber as partner using its API.
Separately, it confirmed that the high profile partnership (CEO Michael O'Leary called it a "very exciting development") the airline has with Google to feature Ryanair on Google Flight Search is still in place, despite the legal action.
Ryanair CMO Kenny Jacobs says:
"eDreams’ claim that Ryanair is trying to prevent consumers from accessing Europe’s lowest fares is completely untrue. Ryanair has a number of agreements currently in place with a range of websites, all of whom have signed agreements offered to them by Ryanair – something eDreams refuses to do.
"The High Court action is proceeding as planned and we will continue to work on behalf of consumers until eDreams’ deceptive practices are fully eradicated."