WorldTicket’s technology provides the new Italian low-cost airline with a solution to expand its distribution and enter new markets
copenhagen denmark, January 24, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Aeroitalia is an emerging airline, Italian WorldTicket technology, the newest low-cost airline, has enabled Aeroitalia to rapidly expand its reach and reach over 100 IATA global distributors with access to Aeroitalia flights through the GDS system.
Multi-channel delivery to capitalize on growing demand
WorldTicket’s travel distribution technology helps Aeroitalia extend its reach to indirect channels such as OTAs and travel agencies as travel demand. Europe Accelerate. According to ENIT, Italian Tourist Office, foreign visitors from January July 2022 will increase by 172% in 2021, a 57% increase compared to pre-pandemic figures. This surge in demand is expected to continue, creating even more opportunities for Aeroitalia to provide affordable, non-stop, high-quality air travel services in Italy and the Southern Mediterranean region. Aeroitalia can easily sell flights through any of his GDSs, allowing it to operate seasonal itineraries (summer routes) profitably, making it an agile business fully responsive to customer needs. really works as
“AeroItalia is committed to providing its passengers with excellent service, with easy access to our products, especially for business customers,” he said. Krasimir Tanev, Chief Commercial Officer of Aero Italia. “Multi-channel distribution is an important development as it goes hand-in-hand with our network expansion plans for summer 2023. Thanks to our marketing partnership with WorldTicket and their global distribution technology, the Aeroitalia service will reach out to the travel agency community. We are approaching and reaping the benefits of our customers.”
Create connections between underserved markets
Since its launch last summer, Aeroitalia has already established a strong route network in various locations. Italy Southern Mediterranean countries flying from both a hub in Milan-Bergamo and a new base. FlorenceThe fast-growing airline estimates it will carry more than 1 million passengers in 2023 and has already more than doubled its first fleet of 737-800s to support that expansion. .
Aeroitalia targets markets not served or underserved by incumbent low-cost airlines. Italian Two big cities – milan When Rome – 6 days a week flights and routes in between milan and London Heathrow. The implementation of WorldTicket’s solution has enabled Aeroitalia to launch operations in these markets quickly and cost-effectively.
Immediate distribution reach to get new airlines on track
WorldTicket’s GDS sub-hosting solution allows Aeroitalia to add new delivery capacity faster than connecting directly to the Global Distribution System (GDS). As a low-cost airline, Aeroitalia’s business model relies on efficiency, and reducing the complexity of GDS sales is a competitive advantage for expanding its network reach and becoming a major player in the European air travel market. will be the superiority of
Pier WinterVice President of Commercial Business Development, 777 Travel Tech, said:
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About World Ticket
WorldTicket (IATA code W1/W2) is a leading provider of sophisticated global ticketing and sales services to approximately 100 airlines worldwide. WorldTicket has its own AOC-owned airline, Flex Flight, which operates under IATA code W2, allowing airlines to easily outsource their distribution and ticketing functions to WorldTicket. Founded in 2002, WorldTicket is part of the 777 Travel Tech Group, a travel technology and aviation business. Miamibased investment firm 777 Partners. For more information, please visit www.w2ticketing.com.
Aeroitalia, the new Italian airline headquartered in Romeboth have hubs milan When Florence The first flight will begin in the summer of 2022. Since then, Aeroitalia has increased its flight schedule and operates numerous charter flights and regional scheduled flights. Europe focus on Italy and the Mediterranean Sea. Aeroitalia prides itself on providing non-stop, high-quality service at affordable prices to travelers in the region, with airlines offering best-in-class customer experiences, and domestic, European and intercontinental airlines. aims to be the second largest home carrier in Italy, offering its customers non-stop service. For more information, visit aeroitalia.com.
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