Canada Jetlines secures Reservation System provider

Canada Jetlines secures Reservation System provider

TORONTO — Canada Jetlines is one step closer to launching having just announced a new agreement with Radixx International Inc. as its Reservation System provider.

Radixx’s newest reservation system, Radixx Res, includes a booking engine that allows the start-up airline to manage all passenger bookings, as well as a customized website and mobile app that will allow customers to make their bookings and pay only for the services they want to receive.

According to Jetlines, the Radixx platform uses cost-effective solutions that strongly align with its ultra-low-cost business model. Its flexibility, ability to scale and ability to offer unique merchandizing tools will allow the airline to operate at maximum efficiency in order to minimize costs throughout all points of the customer journey.

“We are very excited to announce this strategic partnership with Radixx. This is a very important milestone for Jetlines; it is a foundation of all our commercial systems,” said CEO Javier Suarez. “Their new reservation system offers a full suite of services including a new responsive website and mobile application tailored to the needs of our customers, all while allowing Jetlines to maintain the necessary low-cost structure needed to provide our customers with ultra-low airfares.”

Jetlines also announced that it will grant 500,000 Restricted Share Unites (RSUs) to certain directors and officers. The RSUs vest over a two-year period from the date of grant, with one half vesting at the end of each year during the two-year period.

Earlier this month, Jetlines announced that it had submitted operations manuals to Transport Canada in order to receive its Air Operator Certificate (AOC). The airline is on track to launch its first flight in 2019.

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