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Royal Wings successfully migrate to its new PSS by Hitit

Posted 4 July 2017 · Add Comment

Royal Wings from Jordan has successfully migrated its passenger reservation system to Crane PAX developed and operated by Hitit CS. Royal Wings, a subsidiary of Royal Jordanian Airline, is an airline operator headquartered in Amman, Jordan and serving the Middle East and Europe.

Royal Wings currently serves charter and scheduled flights from Amman and Aqaba to the Middle East and Europe. Henceforth, European and regional tour operators are selling Royal Wings’ flights via the system of Hitit CS.

Hitit CS, a leading airline IT systems provider, signed a new partnership agreement with Royal Wings which is a subsidiary of Royal Jordanian Airline. Royal Wings has decided to implement Hitit CS’s passenger reservation system Crane PAX for their scheduled and charter flights.

As a full-fledged web-based PSS, Crane PAX encompasses inventory management, fares, marketing tools, central reservations (CRC), online and mobile reservation and ticketing, agency distribution, check-in and departure control, and call-centre services. Fully integrated with all major GDSs, Crane PAX provides a rich set of web services and integration options.

Royal Wings currently serves charter and scheduled flights from Amman and Aqaba to Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Egypt, Turkey and the Lebanon. European and regional tour operators are selling Royal Wings’ flights via the system of Hitit CS. Furthermore, Royal Wings is also planning to establish Codeshare and GDS connections with Royal Jordanian.

Osama Quntar Royal Wings Managing Director said: “The global airline industry continues to grow rapidly, and Royal Wings’ current strategy is to invest in latest technology advances to guarantee continuous improvement on our operations. Royal Wings as a smart carrier always looks to implement agile, reliable and flexible aviation information systems, Crane PAX by Hitit CS enhanced the airline’s capabilities “since its successful migration” to monitor and control the sales processes, inventory management and market conditions in addition to many other functions. We are very glad about this new partnership.”

Nur Gokman, Hitit CS CEO said: “Royal Wings is Hitit CS’s seventh new airline customer in a row within 12 months. We are glad that so many airlines in the Middle East region rely on our system. In Hitit CS, we maintain to produce high-tech solutions to meet expectations of our clients in this rapidly changing and challenging travel industry.”

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