Aeromexico fast tracks NDC and retailing with Accelya

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Accelya, a leading global provider of technology solutions to the air transport industry, has announced a partnership with Aeromexico, Mexico’s flag carrier. Harnessing the power of the FLX Passenger Platform, Aeromexico now has the flexibility to create, differentiate, and bundle its offers, in full alignment with IATA New Distribution Capability (NDC), across all channels.

Aeromexico uses Accelya’s offer creation and NDC solution for dynamic ancillary merchandising, plus offer and order management across direct and indirect channels. Points of sale (POS) include the airline’s website, call center, airport kiosks, city ticket offices, and travel agencies.

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To encourage adoption of its NDC channel, Aeromexico is leveraging Accelya’s full suite of value-added offerings, including a mature third-party developer program and the market leading SPRK sales and serving interface. With 20% of the market for NDC API based on passengers boarded, Accelya continues to enable clients to gain access to the solutions they require.

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“Aeromexico has joined an elite group of innovative airlines testing the boundaries of omnichannel NDC and merchandising distribution, across the Americas and worldwide,” Mark Hollander, SVP Commercial, Americas at Accelya, said. “We look forward to a long and fruitful partnership as we continue to enable Aeromexico to innovate with dynamic offers and bundles across all channels.”

“As the world’s leading NDC enabler, Accelya’s focus on helping Aeromexico achieve retailing independence has made them our stand-out partner of choice to develop and enhance our retailing strategy,” Rasti Martos, SVP of Revenue Management and Distribution from Aeromexico, added.“By improving control of our sales channels, we are able to serve our customers with the great offers they are looking for, wherever they choose to shop.”