China Southern Airlines is now making e-ticketing available between Shenzhen and Urumqi…
China Southern Airlines is now making e-ticketing available between Shenzhen and Urumqi (China).
Urumqi the home base for Xinjiang Airlines in Western China which is currently merging its operations with China Southern Airlines will be the 17th major Chinese city to begin Internet E-ticketing.
In 2002, China Southern recorded E-ticket sales of $72 Million (US). 2003 Internet revenues are expected to top out at more than $193 Million (US).
We will continuously explore the E-ticket business, extend the service into more cities, thoroughly upgrade the E-ticket system into a perfectly functional system and use this cutting-edge technology to meld the connection of reservations, booking, flight departures, revenue accounting and tariff, said Mr. Yan Zhi Qing, President, China Southern Air Holding Company & Chairman of China Southern Airlines Company Ltd.
Mr. Yan added that the airline is, demonstrating China Southern`s brand value of `convenience and quickness`, gradually improving the proportion of E-ticket sales in China Southern`s sales revenues, making China Southern one of the leading E-business airlines within China.
Theodore is the Co-Founder and Managing Editor of TravelDailyNews Media Network; his responsibilities include business development and planning for TravelDailyNews long-term opportunities.