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Air Antwerp successfully go-live with AeroCRS

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Air Antwerp successfully go-live with AeroCRS - Airlines publisher
Krista Kuznecova
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AeroCRS welcomes Air Antwerp into family, a new scheduled joint-venture carrier between CityJet and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines that started commercial flights on the 9th of September.

Air Antwerp operates currently 16 regular flights weekly ​using a turboprop Fokker F-50​ from its Antwerp base to London City, right in the heart of the capital, saving precious time to its passengers. That route benefits tangibly business travelers of the Antwerp area who are able to fly now directly to the center of London in order to sort out certain business aspects efficiently. ​In addition, Air Antwerp has concluded a codeshare agreement with KLM on this route and flights are sellable on KLM and Air Antwerp website, AeroCRS established the connection to KLM systems in order to fulfill this commercial agreement between the airlines.

Mr. Konstantijn Huys, Commercial Manager of Air Antwerp commented:

“For Air Antwerp, AeroCRS can be regarded as an indispensable multitool, that offers a comprehensive range of functionalities without getting bogged down in extensive administration requirements. The intuitive GUI and logical build-up of the system and its modules make that AeroCRS can be operated without requiring a lot of manpower or prior know-how. This allows a modestly sized airline like Air Antwerp to offer a versatile set of commercial options to its customers, with a limited amount of time spent at managing the system. As such, Air Antwerp’s commercial infrastructure can contend with that of larger competing airlines at a very interesting cost. In addition to AeroCRS’s inherent merits, the team at EnoyaOne deserves credit for ensuring customer-friendly implementation, training, and ongoing support. Their availability, short response times, flexibility to add system developments and the ability to look for a common solution in function of the airline provide much-appreciated peace of mind.“

Mr. Meir Hadassi-Turner, CEO of AeroCRS said:

“I’m pleased that AeroCRS has been selected by Air Antwerp and they consider AeroCRS as a robust solution, which can offer them functionalities and features needed for their operations. I’m sure that both companies can grow together and benefit remarkably from each other.”

AeroCRS offers great solutions for airlines all over the world, providing them with full reservation and inventory management, revenue management, B2B & B2C, DCS, full reporting center, Frequent Flyer, BI tool, full website with CMS, connectivity to distribution channels (OTAs, GDS and others), open API for external systems integrations and much more.



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