Under this agreement, the airline will strengthen the distribution of its flight inventory through Sabre’s global network of travel buyers and the millions of customers they serve.
SOUTHLAKE, TEXAS – Sabre Corporation, a leading provider of software and technology that powers the global travel industry, announced a new multi-year agreement with SKY Airline, a low-cost Chilean airline with flights to over 40 destinations in 8 countries across the Americas. Under the agreement, the airline will expand the content it distributes through the Sabre GDS and migrate to SabreSonic passenger service system (PSS).
SKY Airline will distribute its full inventory of flights and services through Sabre’s extensive global network of travel buyers, expanding its reach and allowing agencies to access the content without any surcharge. This will allow Sabre-connected travel agencies to deliver even more choice and value to their travelers.
Sabre Travel Solutions Chief Commercial Officer Roshan Mendis said, “SKY is an important and rapidly growing airline in the region. We are pleased to expand our relationship with this key customer on both distribution and their core IT solutions. As the platform at the center of the business of travel, Sabre provides reliable performance, scalability, market reach, and global support to help airlines manage complex requirements as they move forward in this dynamic market.”
Additionally, the agreement with Sabre will allow SKY to deliver a tailored customer experience to capture new revenue opportunities through the use of SabreSonic PSS, which is scheduled to be implemented in 2024. Sabre’s robust PSS will help SKY grow domestically and internationally through merchandising, codeshare agreements and alliance partners.
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