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MONGOLIAN AIRLINES TO ADOPT AMADEUS SERVICE SYSTEM
MIAT Mongolian Airlines has announced a new partnership with Amadeus to upgrade its technology systems by adopting Amadeus Altea Suite, a passenger service system that offers reservation, inventory and departure control capabilities.
By adopting Amadeus technology, MIAT believes that it will enable them to offer a more comprehensive and smooth experience to its customers. According to Amadeus, the Altea Suite will help MIAT streamline and improve all core passenger processes including reservation, inventory, departure control, flight management and e-commerce system.
“Our recent code share agreements with Asian airlines and the new aircraft we will receive over the next few years put us in a strong position for growth. To achieve it we need to make sure we have the best technology available to support our objectives. This partnership with Amadeus is a critical part of the foundation on which we will build a brighter future – one that sees us expanding our footprint with best quality services for our customer,” said T.Tamir, president and CEO of MIAT Mongolian Airlines.
In addition to the Amadeus Altea Suite, MIAT Mongolian Airlines will also adopt Amadeus Altea Revenue Management and Amadeus Loyalty Management. Amadeus Altea Revenue Management will help the airline achieve maximum revenues from sales through the most accurate demand forecasting that takes into account real-time market conditions.
T.Tamir added, “The decision to transform our technology infrastructure was not one we took lightly. Amadeus has an excellent track record of delivering on mission-critical projects like this for airlines of any size, and we have full confidence in the company. Once implemented, Amadeus Altea Suite will provide us with a scalable platform to support our future growth.”
“We warmly welcome MIAT Mongolian Airlines into our growing Altea community of more than 130 of the world’s leading airlines, who share a common vision of putting the traveler at the heart of everything we do,” commented Cyril Tetaz, head of Asia Pacific branch at Amadeus IT Group.