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Akasa Air ties up with Navitaire for digital retailing, reservations system

India’s newest airline Akasa Air announced it has chosen reservation systems provider Navitaire so that it can run reliable operations and offer affordable travel options to its passengers.

Akasa Air, backed by ace investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, and aviation veterans Vinay Dube and Aditya Ghosh, is expected to begin its commercial operations in July.

In a statement, Anand Srinivasan, Co-founder and Chief Information Officer at Akasa Air said, “We are convinced that globally proven solutions like New Skies and SkyLedger will power our tech-enabled strategy and help us run reliable operations and offer affordable travel options to our customers.”

New Skies is Navitaire’s order-based reservation and retailing system and SkyLedger is its revenue accounting system. Navitaire’s systems are currently used by over 60 airlines across the world, the statement mentioned. (Source Business Standard)

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