Uber and Ontario’s Ozo Air are making a deal to sell air tickets for Uber to use, according to a document seen by Recode.
The deal will require Uber to pay Ozo $1 million annually for use of the air service.
Uber will also pay Ozone a “marketing and marketing fee,” according to the document.
Ozo says the deal will make its air travel more affordable.
The Ozo deal will allow Uber to more easily sell air travel for Uber, including in Canada, according the document, which Ozo shared with Recode on Friday.
OZO Air has been trying to sell tickets for its service in Canada since at least 2017, when it bought the Vancouver-based service from Air Canada.
It has since grown to about 700 flights a day.
Uber has been a vocal supporter of Ozo’s air service, and the deal would allow Uber, Ozo and other companies to more quickly sell air transportation for their own services.
OZA said it will pay Uber $1.7 million annually in marketing and marketing fees over three years, which is the same amount Ozo paid Ozo in 2017.
Oza said the deal was finalized in July and that Uber has not requested additional financing.
Uber has a history of paying inflated airfare prices, including a $25 million settlement last year with Ozo over inflated fares.
Uber recently sued Ozo, saying Ozo misled it into paying inflated fares by stating the company would pay the airline for its use of OZOs flights.