duo Airways Limited, has signed
a deal with Sabre Airline Solutions for Sabre FliteTrac operations control
and flight following system to facilitate the airline’s business and
regulatory requirements for monitoring flight status.
FliteTrac gathers data such as flight number and date, origin and
destination, departure time, assigned aircraft, fuel data, passenger list
(both planned and actual) and the original, revised, estimated and actual
Benefits of FliteTrac include increased personnel productivity, reduced
operations controller workload, easy-to-read graphical data, and constant
awareness of fleet status. Features include integration with an airline’s
legacy systems, a customizable customisable user interface, automatically
updated database information, and built-in reports.
“We are extremely impressed with this product,” said Richard King,
operations manager, duo Airways Limited. “All too often software packages
fail to deliver against expectations. FliteTrac is an exception to this
industry norm - not only does it deliver what we wanted, it does more.”
FliteTrac was installed at duo in record time to help the airline’s
operations personnel readily monitor the status of flights in line with
business and regulatory requirements. By interfacing with duo’s computer
reservation system, the FliteTrac system can display real-time flight
information in a Gantt chart format, with colour-coding, defined by the
carrier, to indicate flight status.
Vinay Dube, vice president, Sabre Airline Solutions added: “One of our
strengths is leveraging our robust technology arsenal to provide
affordable, quick solutions for carriers of all sizes. And, with our
knowledge of the industry, the region, and an understanding of duo’s
immediate business needs, we were able to implement this solution on an
Sabre Airline Solutions currently has 61 FliteTrac customers globally.
The contract with duo adds to the momentum of European carriers opting for
the smart technology available from Sabre Airline Solutions - with nearly
90 contracts signed in the region during the past 12 months.