TravelSky has signed a long term development contract with Aeronology
05/06/2020|5:04:17 PM|Eglobaltravelmedia

Aeronology, a new travel technology based in Melbourne, has today announced a global API/GDS distribution relationship with TravelSky, China’s largest airline GDS.

TravelSky is the largest GDS in China and generates huge transactional volume in the APAC region, including direct connections to all Chinese airlines, flying to all Chinese cities from all global destinations, creating the fastest growing air passenger movement globally.

IATA’s twenty-year forecast has China being the number one air passenger market in the world within four years, in a distribution environment controlled by TravelSky.

“Building a relationship with TravelSky at such an early stage of Aeronology’s development is strategically very important.” explained Russell Carstensen, the CEO of Aeronology. “To have a commercial relationship with TravelSky, which we can leverage globally, is something most travel companies simply haven’t contemplated.”

Carstensen noted that any travel agents who have no direct access to TravelSky can use Aeronology’s connection to TravelSky to book all Chinese airlines into and out of China, including all Chinese internal flights, using its online booking services at any time, 24/7, without having to have a TravelSky GDS in their office. The service provides ‘like for like’ booking behaviour, no different to Sabre, Travelport or Amadeus. No training is required.

“What Aeronology will be able to achieve is to allow our Global Corporate, OTA and Leisure travel agent customers to book with some of the largest airlines in the world via a direct, instant connection with what will soon be the largest airline passenger market on the globe. It is an outstanding opportunity, and with an Australian company creating the connection, it’s cutting edge and the model is very simple to use.” Carstensen commented.

“All bookings on TravelSky will load direct into any mid-office we are connected to and you pay in the local currency via IATA services”.

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