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Air Tanzania successfully migrated PSS and DCS

Posted 2 June 2017 · Add Comment

Air Tanzania has completed the cutover of its reservation and passenger service system to Crane PAX provided by Hitit Computer Services.

Air Tanzania has also started to use Hitit’s departure control system Crane DCS. The carrier is Hitit’s second airline customer in the country and its seventh in the African region.

The flag carrier of Tanzania, chose Hitit Computer Services to support its services with several airline IT solutions. According to the cooperation; Crane PAX and Crane DCS, powered by Hitit, have started to be used in its reservation and passenger service system and departure control system. By using the Crane systems, Air Tanzania replaced their manual processes to digital processing and distribution. It could be approached as a capability for being improved significantly against its competitors.

Hitit, one of the top five in the field of airline IT solutions all around the world, has been focusing on African carriers for the last three years and has increased the number of its partnerships to seven with the agreement signed by Air Tanzania. With this perspective, Hitit’s competitive solution will open a new dimension to Air Tanzania in order to be a center of excellence in the airline industry, exceed customer expectations and create value in its country and region.

Ladislaus Matindi, CEO of Air Tanzania Company Limited (ATCL), said: “We are pleased to work this close with Hitit, our airline IT partner. As ATCL we are always in favor of being operated on smooth financial and operating principles that result in a profitable and sustainable organization. So, I’m very glad to express that this cooperation will be one of the considerable milestones of Air Tanzania.”

“We strongly believe in Africa as one of the most dynamic markets in the international air traffic. Hitit is proud to serve Air Tanzania to improve its services and support its growth. Our brand Crane and its solution suite will allow Air Tanzania to evolve its flight and business efficiency including GDS distribution products,“ said Nur Gokman, CEO of Hitit CS.

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