The partnership ensures that airline flight information will always be consistent and updated in all 3rd party distribution channels and reservations systems at the same time.
LONDON, UK – Cirium, global aviation analytics leader, announced a partnership with EDIfly and AeroCRS, now part of GO7, to enable small and medium-sized travel providers distribute schedules data to the wider travel ecosystem. EDIfly and GO7 are the latest companies to partner with Cirium, enabling the automated distribution of schedules and changes for those airlines using AeroCRS by GO7. Airlines using AeroCRS gain time and money-saving efficiencies in their operations and are able to reach a global audience with their schedules.
With this three-way partnership, AeroCRS users can expect easy-to-use integration into the global travel data ecosystem, at no additional charge. EDIfly securely exchanges data between the AeroCRS system and Cirium.
This cooperation ensures that airline flight information will always be consistent and updated in all 3rd party distribution channels and reservations systems at the same time, reducing costly communication errors and minimizing passenger handling costs.
Cirium is an aviation analytics and data aggregation company that helps consolidate flight information (schedules, status, fleets) for airlines globally for distribution into the travel ecosystem, supporting search engines, TMCs/OTAs, travel apps, GDS and airport signage. globally.
Danielle Molder, Vice President, Global Partnerships, Cirium said; “We are excited to partner with AeroCRS and EDIfly to distribute the flight information of our airline partners to the wider travel community. We reach more than 35% of global travelers via our B2B solutions with more than 2,000 aviation industry customers globally. We believe that democratizing flight information empowers the traveler and unlocks new market opportunities for every airline in the world.”
GO7, formerly 777 Travel, is committed to empowering airlines by making it easier for airlines to navigate the complexities of travel industry technology. AeroCRS by GO7 provides an innovative and user-friendly passenger service system that empowers transport providers with the same tools that larger carriers use without breaking their budget. Their network is an online distribution platform for airlines based on API integrations with over 20 distribution channels globally.
Rachael Smith, Chief Commercial Officer of GO7, added “GO7 is putting travel brands back in control by helping airlines meet consumer demand, generate more dynamic experiences and accelerate revenue growth without adding layers of complexity. Our partnership with Cirium is an excellent example of empowering airlines to evolve revenue and distribution channels without the usual headache. Getting flight schedule data to the right partners is critical for airlines to maximise operational and commercial results.
Our partnership with Cirium provides airlines on AeroCRS by GO7 with a cost-free way to make their schedule data available on third-party channels.
We’re excited about this partnership because it allows us to retain our commitment to helping airlines reduce their unit technology costs, and a number of our airlines are already leveraging our partnership, including Aero Mongolia, Lift Airline, Fly Namibia, and FlightLink, to name a few.”
EDIfly enables integrated low-cost messaging in aviation and logistics. Since 2010, its unique transmission technology allows secured data exchanges without the need for a VPN or complex and costly infrastructures. This partnership will drive efficiency and reduce manual work for AeroCRS users.
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