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AVIAREPS saves airlines high amounts with BSP

AVIAREPS offers airlines to save them high costs when entering the…

AVIAREPS offers airlines to save them high costs when entering the BSP accounting system. The airline representative is one of only three companies worldwide possessing a licence for IBCS (IATA BSP Consolidator System) which was developed by IATA. With this product even the entrance in secondary markets pays as costs are much more inexpensive than under classical conditions. Carriers usually pay IATA between 5.000 and 25.000 US Dollars entrance fee according to the respective market.

Thanks to the consolidator status AVIAREPS can offer clients this service at a fractional amount. Airlines only pay IATA a one-time entrance fee of 1.000 US Dollars per BSP market. With only 500 Dollars monthly fees are much lower, too. To AVIAREPS, airlines only pay a small commission according to the monthly ticket sales.

Oliver Kuchler, COO Aviation of AVIAREPS, comments on IBCS: “With IBCS we save airlines enormous amounts when entering the BSP system. Our price-model especially targets those carriers regarding BSP membership as not worthwile in certain markets.”

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