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TORONTO — Canada Jetlines says it is one step closer to its launch this summer after selecting Revenue Management Systems, Inc. (RMS) as its Revenue Management Platform.
RMS’s airRM tool features groundbreaking tools that integrate and display critical information from multiple sources, enabling airlines to make better and more profitable decisions. It operates in real-time, giving Jetlines the ability to shift and react based on market influences or any other variable in the market.
“With price being one of the most important aspects of our model, airRM was a natural choice based on their state-of-the-art platform,” said Jordi Porcel, Chief Sales, Marketing and Customer Experience Officer. “It will allow us to identify and leverage revenue opportunities and have tight control on our pricing while staying nimble. It is important to us, and to our future passengers, that we can offer the right fare for each seat on every flight.”
CEO Javier Suarez added: “This marks another important commercial milestone needed as we get closer to launching operations this coming summer. Maximizing our revenue and load factors is critical to the commercial department.”
RMS is owned by Accelya, a leading provider of technology products and services to over 400 travel carriers around the world.