JAL Choose AirMax

Japan Airlines Group
, the third largest airline group in the world and the largest in the Asia-Pacific region, has selected Sabre AirMax Revenue Manager solution from Sabre Airline Solutions to serve its needs for managing revenues from international operations. The solution is expected to generate additional revenue from a sophisticated and proven solution set of revenue management functions and business process services. “We are thrilled by the prospect of the gain in top-line revenues by moving to AirMax Revenue Manager solution,” said Kei Hirai, Japan Airlines Marketing Planning, Passenger IT Promotion. “We are excited about the good fit that AirMax solution has with the Japan Airlines’ business requirements and the revenue benefits it will be able to offer from its advanced functionality, flexibility, scalability and integration capabilities. We went through a comprehensive selection process involving a simulation analysis and a proof of concept and AirMax solution met our needs in the best possible manner.”
Using AirMax Revenue Manager, Japan Airlines will be able to realize additional revenues through improved overbooking and passenger mix, resulting in not only minimizing the spill of higher value demand prior to departure but also simultaneously minimizing the spoilage of seats at departure.
Japan Airlines chose AirMax Revenue Manager after an extensive selection process involving a simulation analysis and a proof-of-concept to better understand the revenue benefits as well as system usability and adaptability.
Steve Clampett, president of Airline Products and Services for Sabre Airline Solutions said, “Through this engagement, Japan Airlines and Sabre Airline Solutions are embarking on a true strategic partnership in fulfilling the need for a leading edge revenue management solution that has a proven record of delivering incremental revenue benefits. We are especially pleased that we have been chosen as an enabler of revenue management technology after a methodical and diligent evaluation process and are looking forward to a long-lasting relationship between the two companies. As one of the largest carriers in the world, Japan Airlines has significant influence on the direction of technology development in the industry and its selection of Sabre AirMax for the revenue management requirements continues to prove it as the preferred choice for top airlines around the globe.”
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