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SINGAPORE – 6 Nov., 2017 – Air Black Box (ABB) is building on the successful launch of a software platform that made world’s largest low-cost airline alliance possible.
More passengers than ever are self-connecting, they are demanding airlines and airports to accommodate their needs.
ABB’s enhanced Panther platform offers a more compelling solution for both airlines and airports that want to quickly create partnerships, enabling passengers to connect more effectively.
ABB’s Panther digital selling platform is now available with a range of APIs – including NDC 17.x – turn-key and end-to-end ecommerce solutions. It does not require any changes to existing operational systems, and its implementation takes a fraction of the time and cost of traditional interlining solutions.
Passengers book their connecting tickets, seats, and meals in a single transaction, safe in the knowledge that all baggage allowances are aligned and their bag will arrive at their final destination. This proposition is unmatched in the marketplace.
ABB is now powering Asia’s Value Alliance, a consortium of JejuAir, Vanilla Air, Cebu Pacific Air, Cebgo, Scoot, Nok Air, Tigerair Australia and NokScoot.
Company founder and the head of product, Timothy O’Neil-Dunne, is speaking at the CAPA Asia Aviation Summit in Singapore, Nov. 7, 2017.
ABB won the CAPA Innovation of the Year Award in 2016 and was a 2017 CIO 100 Innovation Honoree.
Air Black Box Co. Ltd. was founded five years ago by travel industry veterans with a long list of successes in the travel technology industry. The team has grown to 40 since then, and is based in Manchester, United Kingdom, with offices in the USA and Singapore.
Air Black Box
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