Ryanair has brought on-board WebTrends to enable it to have a complete understanding of visitor activity across all of its 19 different language web sites.
Trondent Development has released a new version of AirWEB Authorizer - an automated, pre-ticketing travel approval tool. The web-based utility can either be used as a stand-alone application or offered as a private labeled integrated tool within an on-line booking system. AirWEB Authorizer is fully compatible with Amadeus, Apollo, Galileo, Worldspan and Sabre.
By Anna Gouldman Airlines will no longer print tickets by the end of 2007, in an ongoing effort cut costs and drive efficiency, according to the International Air Transport Association, (IATA).At last week’s aerospace forum in Asia, IATA introduced their Simplifying the Business initiative, which focuses on utilising technology to make air travel less costly, more efficient and a better experience for the traveller. BTN spoke to industry experts to gain some insight into this move.
For over a year, airlines have been fiddling around with technology and fretting about when and how they`re going to introduce in-flight e-mail and Internet capability on their airplanes.
Tenzing Communications the Seattle-based global communications provider, has started a Beta trial of their airborne email and Internet system on select Air Canada aircraft, marking the first passenger trial of in-flight email and “Best of Web” browsing capabilities on a commercial airline.
Northwest Airlines announced today that it has expanded its popular “E-FIRST” electronic paid upgrade program to include all Northwest E-Service Center locations in its domestic system.